Not far from downtown Detroit is Michigan Central Station, Detroit's former main train station. The station now stands as a symbol of the city's decline. You can see it driving in from the western suburbs, with its broken out windows and run-down exterior. Even in its current form, it is a beautiful building and you can see how grand it once was. When I went last year, the entire exterior was in disarray. When I went recently, they are starting to renovate it with new windows in some of the floors. I'm not sure what they are planning to do with it, or how far the renovations are going to go, but I'm glad that this building might be put to good use again.