MCS Train Station Flour Sack Towel, Detroit Blueprint
Brand Well Done Goods
Detroit Train Station Blueprint Flour Sack Towel. Michigan Central Station towel, made from original 1912 blueprints. Created by the architects who also designed New York City's Grand Central Terminal, MCS is an ubiquitous symbol of Detroit. Shuttered in 1988 and now in ruin, it is one of the most photographed structures in the city. At the time of its construction, Michigan Central Depot was the tallest rail station in the world.
Choose organic cotton or Egyptian cotton tea towel. Hand screen printed in the USA in our Detroit, Michigan studio.
Natural, Unbleached Flour Sack Towel
• 100% Organic Cotton
• Natural, off-white
• Fabric milled and sewn in Michigan
• 4 sewn edges
• Towel measures approx. 21" x 26"
• Printed image is 14" x 24"
White Flour Sack Towel
• 100% Egyptian Cotton
• Bright white
• Imported fabric
• 2 selvage edge, 2 sewn edge
• Towel measures approx. 28" x 30"
• Printed image is 10" x 20"
Dress up your kitchen or bathroom with a historical document from the turn of the century. Based on original 1912 blueprints. Perfect for kitchen or bar use, display & entertaining. Makes a fun and unique man cave or hostess gift!