Capac's Early Railroad Depots
In 1870 the Port Huron and Lake Michigan Railroad Company, later the Grand Trunk Railroad, opened a rail line and depot in Capac. Judge Dewitt C. Walker, Capac's founder, later recalled that "the shrill noise . . . — — Map (db m155045) HM
In 1866 this bell was mounted on the first school located on the northwest corner of East Church St. and Walker St. In 1879 the bell was removed to the three story brick school on this site. It was used until 1932.
Restored the year of Capac . . . — — Map (db m179793) HM