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Presque Isle Station, 2901 Lakeshore Blvd.
Marquette MI, 49855 (906) 225 1695

Presque Isle Station - History

Presque Isle Station was built in 1896. The building served as a train station for many years, until the mid-1970s. It was the southern terminus of the Lake Superior & Ishpeming's "Big Bay Division", and later the Big Bay and Huron Mountain Railway.

Terry Gilfoy acquired the Station in the late 1980s and converted it to a working pottery shop and art gallery.

Many people who are interested in the history of the train depot still stop in to view historical railroad artifacts which are still kept at the Station. They and other visitors are also treated to the products of local artists who exhibit their crafts at the Presque Isle Station.

Presque Isle Station is open in the summer months of the Upper Peninsula's glorious tourist season.

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