Discovering Detroit and the surrounding in photos

Here are some photos that did not make the cut for my story Michigan: an outside the box foodie destination.

Decaying 1971 City of Detroit crest
A decaying 1971 City of Detroit crest is seen in Detroit Eastern Farmers market in Detroit (Mi) Saturday June 8, 2013.
Vacated Michigan Central Station, Detroit
Vacated Michigan Central Station is seen in the Corktown district of Detroit Sunday June 9, 2013. Built for the Michigan Central Railroad, Michigan Central Station (also known as Michigan Central Depot or MCS) was Detroit's passenger rail depot from its opening in 1913 until the cessation of Amtrak service on January 6, 1988.
General Motors corporate headquarters, Detroit
General Motors corporate headquarters is seen in Detroit Renaissance Center Saturday June 8, 2013. General Motors Company, Inc., commonly known as GM is an American multinational automotive corporation.
Graffiti in Detroit
A woman lays on the ground to take a picture of a graffiti near the Eastern Farmers Market in Detroit (Mi) Saturday June 8, 2013.
Detroit entertainment district
Ford Field, Detroit opera house and Comerica park baseball field are seen from a People Mover station in Detroit entertainment district Saturday June 8, 2013.

Detroit Eastern Farmers market

Detroit Eastern Farmers market
A blacksmith works a piece of iron in Detroit Eastern Farmers market in Detroit (Mi) Saturday June 8, 2013. The largest open-air flowerbed market in the United States, the Eastern Market is a historic commercial district in Detroit, Michigan.
Detroit Eastern Farmers market
A man grills sausages in Detroit Eastern Farmers market in Detroit (Mi) Saturday June 8, 2013.
Detroit Eastern Farmers market
A Vendor selling colourful cloths is on an highway overpass at the Detroit Eastern Farmers market in Detroit

More stock photos of Detroit and the Eastern Farmer market on my Detroit Cityscapes and street scenes gallery.

Dearborn’ Greenfield Village

1932 Edison steam locomotive at Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village (Edison Institute)
The 1932 Edison steam locomotive is seen in Dearborn' Greenfield Village in Dearborn, near Detroit (Mi) Saturday June 8, 2013. Founded by Henry Ford, the Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village (more formally as the Edison Institute) preserves items of historical significance.
1932 Edison steam locomotive at Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village (Edison Institute)
The 1932 Edison steam locomotive is seen in Dearborn' Greenfield Village in Dearborn, near Detroit
Stover Windmill at Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village (Edison Institute)
A vintage Stover Windmill is seen in Dearborn' Greenfield Village in Dearborn, near Detroit

More stock photos of Dearborn’ Greenfield Village on my stock photo website

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