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A look back at the History of Public Transportation in and around the City of Detroit.
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(G. Mac Sebree photo, Krambles-Peterson Archive)
DSR Gray Line coach #2301 is parked along Franklin Street at Randolph, just east of the
entrance to the Windsor (Canada) Tunnel, with Mariner's Church visible in background.
The west portion of the Renaissance Center (RenCen) complex sits here today.  Detroit's
Gray Line Sightseeing service is one of the topics featured in this section of the website.
(G. Mac Sebree photo, Krambles-Peterson Archive)
In this August 1969 photo, Grand Trunk commuter train passengers hop aboard special DSR Grand Trunk
commuter buses leaving the downtown GT Brush Street Train Depot to Grand Circus Park.  Coach #1650  
is seen here on Brush just north of Atwater Street.  The Renaissance Center complex resides here today.
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