Most People Have No Idea This Unique Tunnel In Michigan Exists

If you’re from Michigan, you’ve likely heard of the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel, which has allowed drivers easy access from Detroit to Canada since the 1930s. What you might not be familiar with, however, is the Michigan Central Railway Tunnel, which first came into existence over 100 years ago. Here’s a brief history of the lesser-known tunnel, which has played a major role in cross-border transport over the last century.

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Check out the video below to learn more about the tunnel’s enlargement during the 1990s.

What’s your favorite tidbit of little-known Michigan history?