Durand Union Station, Inc. - Michigan Railroad History Museum

Our missionDurand Union Station, Inc., established in 1982, is a non-profit established for the preservation and operation of the Durand Union Station and Michigan Railroad History Museum by engaging and educating the community through the celebration of railroading; it's past, present, and future.
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How you helpDurand Union Station is always looking for volunteers, no matter their skill set or expertise! We're willing to try you in new roles until you find one you enjoy doing.
About usFor a first-hand look at railroading of yesterday and today, Durand Union Station is an interesting and exciting place to visit. Passengers still walk the corridors of the depot to board their train. The Amtrak Blue Water eastbound to Port Huron and westbound to Chicago make daily stops at the Durand Union Station. The depot is also the State Railroad History Museum, an educational and entertaining source of Michigan’s rich railroad history. The museum gallery features new exhibits several times per year to pay tribute to the colorful heritage of the railroader, and to the contribution of Michigan’s railroads to lumbering, mining, agriculture, and industry. The Museum Information Center and Archives contains a wealth of railroad information for rail enthusiasts, researchers, and genealogists.
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