Updates to Our Web Site

UPDATE – Appleton Branch

Two new photographs and information have been added to The Milwaukee & Northern – Appleton Branch page. The former M&N yard at Appleton, Wis., circa

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NEW – Our Beloved Home

A new page has been added to the web site for information about, and photographs of, our home, our beloved depot. Vogel Frost-Proof Outfit No.

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Miscellaneous Updates

Minor updates have been made to the About Us, Membership, and Contact pages of our web site. An interesting pair of historic photographs have been

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NEW -Whiting Paper

A new page has been added for information regarding Whiting Paper on the Milwaukee & Northern Neenah Branch. Ruins of George A. Whiting Paper, a

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NEW – M&N Appleton Branch

A new page has been added for information regarding the Milwaukee & Northern Appleton Branch. Riverside Paper at Appleton, Wis., ca. 1915. Photograph courtesy of

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NEW – M&N Rolling Stock

A new page has been added for information regarding Milwaukee & Northern rolling stock. M&N 712 at Elkhart Lake, Wis., circa the 1870s. Photograph courtesy

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New – The Model Railroad

A new page has been added to the Society/Club section of the website: The Model Railroad. The update includes photographs of two interesting structures on

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Reminders of M&N Update

When I recently found the article at left, headlined “Railroad Rumpus,” from the Daily Northwestern (Oshkosh, Wis.), 24 May 1883, I knew that I had

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Amberg Museum

Here is an interesting and important addition to our links page. Wally made the excellent suggestion to add the Amberg Museum (in Amberg, Wis.) to

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Reminders of M&N Update

Three items of interest have been added to the Reminders of the M&N page: the Amberg, Hilbert, and Menasha, Wis., depots. The M&N depot at

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Information

The Milwaukee & Northern Railway Historical Society, also known as the Neenah-Menasha Model Railroad Club, now has a fledgling website. It only took us 56

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