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 Pittsfield Junction, Michigan (Railroad Crossing and Depot)
Pittsfield Junction Depot under construction in 1917 Richard Payeur sitting on the Pittsfield Junction Depot loading dock (click for larger version).

Captions: Pittsfield Junction Depot under construction in 1917. Richard Payeur sitting on the Depot loading dock (click this image for a larger version.)

In 1917, the Ann Arbor Railroad erected a new station at Pittsfield Junction, south of Ann Arbor, at a connection with the NYC's Ypsilanti branch. The cost of the station was $2,200. This station took the place of a station that burned down two years before. [MCR-1916 pg. 44]

For additional information, please see Pittsfield Junction Depot via the Michigan's Internet Railroad History Museum website.

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