Take a nostalgic look back at the history of the Detroit United Railway interurban system that once crossed Macomb County. Learn about its development, construction and operation starting in the 1890s to its demise in the early 1930s. Historian Ken Schramm will discuss the railway that ran from Detroit to Port Huron and the impact it had on the region. This presentation is part of Making Macomb: A Journey through 200 Years, at the Lorenzo Cultural Center, Hall and Garfield roads, Macomb Community College’s Center Campus, Clinton Township. Admission is free, although registration at 586.445.7348 is required. Visit www.lorenzoculturalcenter.com to register and for more information.