Muskegon’s B.C. Cobb plant featured in museum 2 years after closure
Community News |May 1, 2018|1 min read
MUSKEGON, MI -The B.C. Cobb power plant is officially history.
A scale model of the B.C. Cobb power plant is among summer 2018 exhibits at the Muskegon Heritage Museum.
The museum tells the stories of Muskegon-area businesses’ “unique and extraordinary” histories. Five new exhibits will be revealed this summer in the three-story, 12,000-square-foot museum, 561 W. Western Ave. downtown Muskegon.
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