The classic depot at Durand, Michigan (now site of the Michigan Railroad History Museum) stood at the crossroads of the Grand Trunk Western main line and the line from Detroit to Muskegon. Hence it was a place where connecting trains met. In this view from the Frank Anthony collection provided by Jerry A. Tyler, we see streamlined U-4-b 4-8-4 No. 6409 at left with the westbound Inter-City Limited. K-4-a Pacific No. 5629 heads train 21 from Detroit, while K-4-b Pacific No. 5633 has pulled ahead from its eastbound counterpart, train 56 from Muskegon. This meet occurred daily around 4:00 p.m. The photo probably comes from the early 1950s.