This photo shows the entrance looking north. It captures the beautiful restoration of the station. Photo from Baker Street Station Banquet Facility website.
Looking like it was hit by a nuclear bomb is the platform and the skeleton-like canopies to the Pennsy station.
It's hard to believe that it has been over 10 years since Amtrak left the Summit City.
Thanks to Chris Wehman for the platform photos above.
New York Chicago & St. Louis Railroad (Nickel Plate)
platform to the Nickel Plate station still stands and this is a view of
it at Calhoun St. The stairway to the left is closed off at ground
Even though the station is no longer standing, the service elevators up to the platforms are still in place. Up on the platforms the doors are boarded up.
New York Central Railroad (passenger)
|This is the New York Central passenger station which has been beautifully preserved and sits between Wells and Harrison Streets just north of the St. Marys River on Cass St. It is now Don Hall's Yarn Depot. This station is known locally as the "Cass Street Depot."|
New York Central Railroad (freight)
|This is the New York Central freight depot which sits at the northwest corner of Clinton St. and Fourth St. about 1/2 mile north of downtown. This is looking north at the depot.|
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