Murals transform walls near abandoned train station (photos)

GRCC Station Walls_0029The Grand River Creative Corridor has transformed drab, decaying buildings and walls into colorful works of art on Detroit’s west side.

The first project included dozens of murals on W. Grand River, from Rosa Parks to Warren.

In September and October, some of the most talented graffiti artists painted murals on two long walls behind Michigan Central Station at Newark and Vernor. The project, “Station Walls,” features some of the most eye-catching graffiti in Detroit.
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The Grand River Creative Corridor, started by Derek Weaver, managing director of the 4731 Gallery and Studios, has a  purpose far beyond the murals. He and others want to generate a creative hub for small businesses, restaurants, artists and investors. In addition to painting murals, volunteers clean up overgrown vegetation, trash and vandalism.
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Keep up with the corridor on its Facebook page.

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Steve Neavling

Steve Neavling lives and works in Detroit as an investigative journalist. His stories have uncovered corruption, led to arrests and reforms and prompted FBI investigations.

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