2014-07-27_42197_WTA_5DM3_HDR_1-5 Shot from the roof of the CPA Building
1 Shot from the roof of the CPA Building
2014-07-27_42197_WTA_5DM3_HDR_1-2-4 Shot from the roof of the CPA Building
2 Shot from the roof of the CPA Building
2014-07-27_42213_WTA_5DM3 Shot from the roof of the CPA Building
3 Shot from the roof of the CPA Building
2014-07-27_42304_WTA_5DM3-5 CPA Building This was originally the home of the Conductors Protective Association, a UAW of sorts for train employees. Hence why it was built across Michigan...
4 CPA Building
This was originally the home of the Conductors Protective Association, a UAW of sorts for train employees. Hence why it was built across Michigan Avenue from Michigan Central Station. It was designed by Alvin E. Harley, who is better known for his residential designs.
The building housed a bank with a drive-through teller in its later days. It has been abandoned for at least a decade and is in rough shape inside.
2014-07-27_42261_WTA_5DM3 Shot from the roof of the CPA Building
5 Shot from the roof of the CPA Building
2014-07-27_42287_WTA_5DM3 CPA Building This was originally the home of the Conductors Protective Association, a UAW of sorts for train employees. Hence why it was built across Michigan...
6 CPA Building
This was originally the home of the Conductors Protective Association, a UAW of sorts for train employees. Hence why it was built across Michigan Avenue from Michigan Central Station. It was designed by Alvin E. Harley, who is better known for his residential designs.
The building housed a bank with a drive-through teller in its later days. It has been abandoned for at least a decade and is in rough shape inside.
2014-09-07_52033_WTA_5DM3 Sunrise over Detroit - Shot from the CPA Building
7 Sunrise over Detroit - Shot from the CPA Building
2014-07-27_42304_WTA_5DM3-2-4 CPA Building This was originally the home of the Conductors Protective Association, a UAW of sorts for train employees. Hence why it was built across Michigan...
8 CPA Building
This was originally the home of the Conductors Protective Association, a UAW of sorts for train employees. Hence why it was built across Michigan Avenue from Michigan Central Station. It was designed by Alvin E. Harley, who is better known for his residential designs.
The building housed a bank with a drive-through teller in its later days. It has been abandoned for at least a decade and is in rough shape inside.
2014-09-07_52064_WTA_5DM3 Michigan Central Terminal, Ambassador Bridge - Shot from the CPA Building
9 Michigan Central Terminal, Ambassador Bridge - Shot from the CPA Building
2014-09-07_52120_WTA_5DM3 Pano - 5 Images_0000 Michigan Central Terminal, Ambassador Bridge - Shot from the CPA Building
10 Michigan Central Terminal, Ambassador Bridge - Shot from the CPA Building

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