About

Mission
The purpose of The Port Huron & Detroit Railroad Historical Society is: To collect, archive, preserve, and present, all for the education of the community, historical documents, photographs, drawings, artifacts and equipment relating to The Port Huron & Detroit Railroad Company and its predecessors, The Port Huron Southern Railway and The Detroit Bay City & Western Railroad, as well as the Grand Trunk Western/Canadian National, and the Pere Marquette/Chesapeake and Ohio. To obtain, restore and maintain the roundhouse at 32nd Street for use as a museum, as well as other structures, artifacts, and rolling stock, as they may become available; To accumulate, conserve, and index all data relating to the above-named railroads for the use of scholars, rail fans and scale modelers.

History
The Port Huron and Detroit Railroad Historical Society was started in April of 2007. The purpose was to save the office building and the roundhouse of the Port Huron and Detroit Railroad company and preserve the history of other railroads in Michigan. The founding Fathers of the society were George (Sandy) Duffy, Ted Frantz, Cecil (Bud) Gilbert, Bruce Sawdon, Joseph Mericka, Dennis Klymko, Scott Beedon.

Board Of Directors:
Sandy Duffy, President
Thomas Boswell, Vice President / Secretary

Board Of Directors:

Jack Allison

JoJo Burgette

Aaron Farmer

T.J. Gaffney

Bruce Sawdon

David N. Schultz

Chad Thommpson