Detroit's Historic Buildings Crumble With Decay, Vandals

Preservationist Karen Nagher is fighting to save the landmark eyesores of her troubled town, such as the abandoned Michigan Central Depot. Built in 1913, it was once the tallest rail station in the world. Today it sits empty, a towering reminder of what has happened to so many once-great buildings in this town. Some have compared it to Roman ruins. "It's certainly iconic enough. You can see it from just about everywhere around here," Nagher says, as she looks past the tall fence and...Full Story
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