Operating the famous Pere Marquette No. 1225, the Steam Railroading Institute offers some of the most popular train rides in Michigan.
The Huckleberry Railroad was part of Flint Pere Marquette Railroad Company when it was put into operation in 1857.
In Mt. Clemens, the Michigan Transit Museum is located in the old Mount Clemens Train Station, which was built in 1859 and operated until 1980.
The operating steam-powered locomotive is one of the oldest in the country. It runs on the Weiser Railroad from an 1800s train depot.
Managed by the Southern Michigan Railroad Society, the Southern Michigan Railroad is a line that stretches for 13.5 miles.