The Art-Deco Detroit Produce Terminal Building was built in only 100 days, in 1929, by Pennsylvania Railroad. It is situated on the southwest corner of Fort Street and Green Street. It is not located at West Jefferson & Green Street.
The truck terminal you've identified as the subject was actually built on the site of the Detroit International Exposition, which opened in 1889 and closed in 1892. The grounds were then purchased by Solvay Process Company, a producer of soda ash. Solvay's major raw material was salt from the nearby salt mines.
I like the photo and the building.
Incredible Capture, F&L.. Dave and Maggie
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Also beautiful in autumn! like 111 and best wishes.
Wonderful colors, nice composition, LIKE
Wally: Done. Thank you for bringing this to my attention. As always, best wishes to you. Charlie
L - Piękny widok. Pozdrawiam - Tom
нет, не слишком:) Спасибо, что посетили мою галерею badobserver!
Thanks Reiner, best regards. Charlie