Depot Town in Ypsilanti, all decked out for the holidays. The area was called Depot Town after the nearby railroad station opened in the late 1830s, most of the buildings standing today were constructed between 1850 and 1880. Over the years, Depot Town has included hotels, an Underground Railroad station, an American Civil War barracks, and a building that has housed a bar and restaurant continuously for more than 150 years, switching to soft drinks during Prohibition. Today it is still a popular place to get something to eat or drink and shop in the many stores along the stretch of historic buildings.
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