Detroit Toledo & Ironton Typhoon Snow Blower at Flat Rock, MI
D T & I depot Carleton, MI Addy Photo
Flat Rock, Mi
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D T & I Columbus Grove depot
photo from Laura Anderson Bashlor
Detroit, Toledo & Ironton Railroad Depot at Wauseon, Fulton Co., OH
"This station was moved from Jackson Center, in Shelby County, by a private individual in the 1970s. It was restored and maintained in near original condition some 40 miles from its prior location. It features the distinctive 1920 style of Henry Ford when he owned the D T & I railroad and selected gray as the station color and with large signs. A very good example of Ford influence on the railroads under his ownership in that era." - Scott Trostel
photo from Barbara Toppins collection
Final section of the D.T.& I. Bridge over the Great Miami River near Quincy is lifted into place in 1892
Detroit Toledo & Ironton Depot at Flat Rock, MI
Turn Table at Flat Rock, MI
D T & I Thackery Depot
Village of Malinta, named 1880 by postmaster J. Bensing for daughter. State Route 109 between Road K and L. This railroad boom town was the first of 30 interchange points between the Nickel Plate and the D.T. & I. The 1885 Nickel Plate depot is now a museum with a D T & I caboose.
D T & I Flat Rock MI Feb 1986
Flat Rock, MI
D T & I westbound coming through Alpha, Ohio in 1976 while using its' trackage rights over the PC Xenia-Dayton main. Looking to the east and they are just starting across Alpha Rd. (by the old elevator). This track is now gone.
D T & I Quincy Depot built c 1893. At Quincy the D T & i interchanged with the Big Four. In the background of this 1968 view is Big Four's Morgan tower, uncharacteristic because the first floor is enclosed. The Quincy depot rmains now in private use.
photo by Charles Garvin 1969 in Mark J. Camp collection
D T & I facilities at Flat Rock, MI