Michigan Central Train Station. It's dangerous, vandalized, houses asbestos. It's beautiful. The building has been calling my name. Unfortunately, it's privately owned. There are efforts (physical ones!) going towards restoring the building. It's just been fitted for new windows and the owners have invested millions in the beginning of a massive clean up. I image the citizens of Detroit feel the way one might about the house he/she grew up in. You want it to be there. The station is the place where so many loved ones parted ways. Trains represent an era of bravery, courage to head into the unknown, for me.
What is it about this place? Why is it's history worth reexamining? Why is the space worth resurrecting?