Two Way Inn

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The historic inn was built in 1876, and is now a bar, although it was formerly a brothel, a general store and an old jail. The apparition frequently seen is that of a cowboy wandering through the building, who stayed and passed away in the old inn.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

17897 Mount Elliot Street
Hamtramck, MI
United States

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42.426237, -83.038904
Wayne County, Michigan
Nearest Towns:
Hamtramck, MI (2.4 mi.)
Highland Park, MI (3.3 mi.)
Warren, MI (3.6 mi.)
Center Line, MI (4.1 mi.)
Hazel Park, MI (4.2 mi.)
Eastpointe, MI (5.2 mi.)
Madison Heights, MI (5.3 mi.)
Ferndale, MI (5.4 mi.)
Harper Woods, MI (5.9 mi.)
Pleasant Ridge, MI (6.1 mi.)


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