The southwestern Michigan town of Three Oaks was named after, you guessed it, three oak trees that stood nearby when the area was settled in 1850. This adorable little brick depot was constructed in 1898. It was used by the railroad until 1959. The little depot sat empty for years before it was restored in 1980. It is now used for retail and community space.
I did not get to spend a lot of time in Three Oaks when I passed through last year. It seemed like a charming little town. I guess I will have to take a trip back down there sometime soon.
P.S. Yesterday I had some wire crossed or something on my website and the link did not work correctly on yesterday’s notification post. I got it fixed so if you missed my post about the Sky Pilot of the Great Lakes you can see it HERE
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