Wyandotte - Anyone live near the tra...

Wyandotte - Anyone live near the train tracks?

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Mike

Farmington, MI

#1 Jan 12, 2012
We are considering buy a house house in Wynadotte. The house is only a couple of blocks away from the train tracks. I am wondering if anyone can provide me with insight on how often the trains run?(I havent been able to located a schedule) Thanks in advance!
Mike

Allen Park, MI

#2 Jan 16, 2012
Anyone?
NOWLETMETHINK

Warren, MI

#3 Jan 16, 2012
Come on.....Really?
Mike

Farmington, MI

#4 Jan 19, 2012
Yes... really.
Conductor

Wyandotte, MI

#5 Jan 27, 2012
The trains run at all different times. I live 6 blocks from a crossing and you can here them, especially at night when it's quiet out. Wyandotte is a nice city though ...good luck.
Wyandotte resident

Manchester, MI

#6 Jan 30, 2012
Mike wrote:
We are considering buy a house house in Wynadotte. The house is only a couple of blocks away from the train tracks. I am wondering if anyone can provide me with insight on how often the trains run?(I havent been able to located a schedule) Thanks in advance!
Wyandotte is a great city, as a life long resident i agree that the trains are a drawback, but i have lived either 6 blocks away or 1 house away and after a while you don't even here them anymore. Most annoying thing about them is getting stuck by one when you are already running late. lol.
Good Luck
Mike

Allen Park, MI

#7 Jan 31, 2012
Wyandotte resident wrote:
<quoted text>
Wyandotte is a great city, as a life long resident i agree that the trains are a drawback, but i have lived either 6 blocks away or 1 house away and after a while you don't even here them anymore. Most annoying thing about them is getting stuck by one when you are already running late. lol.
Good Luck
Thanks for getting back to me everyone! Much appreciated.
Hambone

Detroit, MI

#8 Jan 31, 2012
what area?????...if its by vinewood and6th or west of that you will have hard time getting used to sleeping with trains sounding off all night......same for nothline(ford) Emmons and /or goddard as well
Move

United States

#9 Mar 2, 2012
Try another area. Really. The town is too small. Lots of gossip. And the area smells because of the waste treatment plant. It's hard to find anyone to admit it though. People get really upset when you bring these things up. If you grew up in a small town you'll be just fine.
Sara

United States

#10 Apr 14, 2013
I live one block from the RR tracks, south side for a little over 16 years now... I'm not too sure about the schedule (I'm a lil use to it now) but... I would def check into how much stress these trains put on a house, let a house. These old houses are made of plaster, no basements & bad foundation. I'm not too sure if the trains contribute to the sinking or slanting or cracking of houses, but I do know my house does vibrate, and some things upstairs can rattle (like my lil metal make up table w glass). The city built a hill w trees wich has helped out w sound a lot. I believe you can call the city and they can guide you from there...

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