Underneath the Blue Water Bridge in Port Huron is the old Grand Trunk Railway Depot built in 1856. This is the depot a young Thomas Alva Edison worked at while selling newspapers and books to passengers. This is the part where I am supposed to write about Edison’s accomplishments, but I am thinking most people already know what Edison did, and how he impacted the way we live with his light bulb and other inventions. The depot is now a museum and welcomes visitors.
P.S. Maybe it’s just me, but I think Port Huron is one of the most underrated tourist cities in Michigan. I love walking along the river watching the ships sail past. Checking out the historic buildings and visiting the lighthouses. There is a lot to see and do in Port Huron and I think many Michiganders overlook it for trips and vacations.
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