DETROIT (WXYZ) - A Detroit icon has been lit again for the first time in more than a decade.
The Detroit Historical Museum has installed the old blue and white sign from Tiger Stadium as part the facility's renovation.
The facility showed off the sign to members of the media Tuesday. Museum officials say they obtained the sign shortly before the stadium was demolished in 2009.
Among the new exhibits being assembled are the Gallery of Innovation, the Allesee Gallery of Culture and the Kid Rock Music Lab. It was also feature exhibits on Detroit being the Arsenal of Democracy and Detroit's place in the Underground Railroad.
A legends plaza feature the handprints of well known Detroit figures is also being being assembled.
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