That 70s Look in Durand

Amtrak’s Blue Water has ground to a stop in Durand, Michigan, right on the money. Actually, Train 365 arrived a little early.

The daily boarding ritual that plays out countless times every day in cities and towns or all sizes is underway.

This image was made in July 2019, but there are two throwbacks to the 1970s.

The station sign in the foreground was hung in that era which was when the Amfleet coach was built.

Amtrak is undertaking a process of replacing its Amfleet fleet and maybe someday it will hang a new sign in Durand.

But for now that 70s look continues on Amtrak if you pay attention to it.

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2 Responses to “That 70s Look in Durand”

  1. Barb Says:

    When is station open to public? Dates, times?

  2. Barb O’Malley Says:

    Every time I am down there it is closed. Are you open weekends, Holidays? I live in Muskegon, graduated at Morrice high.

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