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Pallister Park: Detroit's Strange, Pedestrian-Only Street - Curbed Detroit

Pallister Park: Detroit's Strange, Pedestrian-Only Street

Sanders Confectionary - circa 1891-1900 of the intersection of Woodward Avenue and State Street in Detroit, Michigan. The corner store, with the interesting cupola, is Sanders Confectionary, opened in 1875 at this location (although expanded in 1891).

Detroit, Michigan - Sanders Confectionary - circa of the intersection of Woodward Avenue and State Street. The corner store, with the interesting cupola, is Sanders Confectionary, opened in 1875 at this location (although expanded in

Brush Park - then and now - Detroit. Those amazing old homes are all gone now!

Abandoned Detroit street before and after. It& so sad to see all of those beautiful houses gone.

Former Kresge Home: Once Totally Overgrown, Now Gorgeous - Curbed Detroit

Former Kresge Home: Once Totally Overgrown, Now Gorgeous

Former Kresge Home: Once Totally Overgrown, Now Gorgeous - Curbed Detroit

Wonder Bread Factory renovated to house Motor City Casino

Former Wonder Bread Factory was converted into the Motor City Casino ~ Detroit, Michigan

Stevie Wonder's former home on Greenlawn, Detroit, MI

Detroit old City and Superstars Homes (actually works now) (Highland Park: house, live) - Michigan (MI) - City-Data Forum

Michigan Soldier's and Sailor's Monument, in Detroit, commemorating Michigan's sailors and soldiers killed during the Civil War. It was unveiled on April 9, 1872. (Photo courtesy of Manning Brothers Commercial Photographers, Detroit, MI)

Michigan Soldier's and Sailor's Monument, in Detroit, commemorating Michigan's sailors and soldiers killed during the Civil War. It was unveiled on April (Photo courtesy of Manning Brothers Commercial Photographers, Detroit, MI)

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