Northern Michigan in Focus: Frankfort Car Ferries

Decades ago when trains and car ferries were major industries in our country, there was a huge inefficiency in Chicago. Because of that, Frankfort became a major hub on the Great Lakes for trains and car ferries. By 1982, all that went away though.

For this week’s Northern Michigan in Focus, Corey Adkins shows us about an upcoming lecture that explains why this happened.

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