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MANISTIQUE AND LAKE SUPERIOR RAILROAD

The logo of the Manistique Marquette and Northern, [shown on right] a precurser of the M&LS, illustrates that it was both a railroad and a car ferry line.  Though it was developed by the MM&N, it was also used by the Manistique & Northern and later by the M&LS, according to their listings in the Official Railway Equipment Register.  This was used briefly and then dropped.  It was the only known logo used by the M&LS in its entire history.


The 'Manistique & Northwestern Ry. Co.' [shown above] was taken from a rubber stamp marking on a 1898 map filed with the Michigan Railroad Commissioners for a route change.

 M&LS_ICC_Valuation_of 1915

M&LS Related Newspaper Articles

Railroad Travel Passes
(Mark Hicks Collection)

 System Map

Structures

Depots

 'The Haywire" History of M&LS
by Hugh A. Hornstein - Updates

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Official Guides, RR Comm Rpt, Time Tables, Poors Manual, Web Changes
Last 4/1/2017

Equipment Data

 Mile Posts - Main line and Branches
& Interchange connections

Schoolcraft County Historical Society

Schoolcraft County Historical Society 'Haywire' story

 

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