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Re: My turn for more clues
Posted by Rodney Zona on 2/12/2017, 7:34 am, in reply to "My turn for more clues"
Yes, it's S. Church Street, just south of and beyond Division Street, where the old Cincinnati Northern (later NYC) RR bridged over S. Church Street, was located. Thompson Memorial Park can be seen on the left. The shot above is looking south toward the Ohio border. Its south of M-34 and east of US-127. All in Hudson, Hudson Area Schools district. Lenawee County. The LS&MS (aka The Old Road) crossed over the Bean Creek on the old stone arch bridge, just north of M-34 on the north side of town. That area in the photo above, have a Hudson, MI 49247 mailing address, Final run of the remaining passenger train on the Old Road, between Toledo, OH and Elkhart, IN with stops in Hudson, was made on November 19, 1956. That famous old department store, that GAL mentioned, was the old J.L. Hudson Department Store, which was located on Woodward Avenue (old US-10, now M-1) in downtown Detroit.
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