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Day
24
Month
January
Year
1963
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The New York Central's new Aerotrain passes under the Huron Valley Bridge, January 1956

The New York Central's new Aerotrain passes under the Huron Valley Bridge, January 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 6, 1956
Caption
NEW TRAIN WHIZZES UNDER NEW BRIDGE: The New York Central's new Aerotrain flashes into Ann Arbor under the new Huron Valley Bridge on its maiden run from Chicago to Detroit. Hundreds of Ann Arbor residents saw the lightweight, silver speedster snake its way through the city yesterday. The train made the Chicago-Detroit run in four hours, cutting more than an hour off the regular running time between the two cities.

Aerial Photograph of Dexter, August 1956

Aerial Photograph of Dexter, August 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 22, 1956
Caption
Village of Dexter: Located in the extreme northwest corner of Scio township is Dexter village, one of Michigan's oldest communities. Trees abound in its residential areas. The business district looms in the foreground and the white strip heading out toward the top of the picture is M-132 which links Dexter with Ann Arbor. The New York Central Railroad line, in the foreground, passes around the village's northern edge and here turns toward Chelsea. Dexter was founded by a famous Washtenaw county judge, Samuel W. Dexter.

Frederick L. Seyfried's Car Demolished By A Passenger Train, November 1950

Frederick L. Seyfried's Car Demolished By A Passenger Train, November 1950 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 28, 1950
Caption
The Driver Was Outside. While 17-year-old Frederick L. Seyfried watched helplessly, a New York Central Railroad passenger train ploughed into his car stranded on the railroad tracks at the W. Delhi Rd. crossing this morning. The completely demolished automobile is shown above. The automobile had been caught on the tracks for 20 minutes, while Seyfried made futile attempts to move it.