Michigan Transit Museum, Mount Clemens

Michigan Transit Museum, Mount Clemens

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About Michigan Transit Museum, Mount Clemens

The Grand Trunk Western Railroad, Mount Clemens Station is a railroad depot located at 198 Grand Street in Mt. Clemens, Michigan. Young Thomas Edison learned telegraphy at this station. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1981 and designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1973. It is now operated as the Michigan Transit Museum.


Overview of Michigan Transit Museum

Walking past the city of Mount Clemens, you will come across Michigan Transit Museum. Michigan Transit Museum is not the prime point of interest of Mount Clemens. Although, you can pay a quick visit to it if you are around.

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Michigan Transit Museum, Mount Clemens Reviews - Write a Review

  • My son loved this place as he is a train fan. The employees are awesome and do wry well education children and visitors on the history of the local rail lines Sotheby's present and past. We visited post a monthly train ride offered. NOTE: bring cash if you want to purchase any items from the museum as that is the only form of payment taken.

  • People there are well informed of the history of Michigan train transit system.

  • Definitely a great historical visit, great for youngsters that love trains too! The staff really took time to make our visit fun too! I'm glad they accept donations because this is free to everyone!!

  • Some nice rail artifacts inside old railroad station.

  • My husband and I enjoyed the fun and informative learning experience and the staff was very knowledgeable.

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