Reminders of the Milwaukee & Northern
The Milwaukee & Northern (M&N) was built and operated between 1870 and 1893. It became the Superior Division of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul (CM&StP), or Milwaukee Road (MILW), after they took over the M&N in 1893. The MILW reorganized as the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific (CMStP&P) in 1928.
Seeing as most of the historic M&N right-of-way still supports active rails, we will collect and share photographs and information regarding contemporary railroad action along the line on this section of our web site.
These buttons will take you to sub-sections of the M&N system, so you can see what they look like today.
The Latest News Regarding Reminders of the M&N.
Ten new photographs and information regarding Brown’s Spur, Summit Station, and Anderson’s Siding have been added to the Reminders of the M&N – Fort Howard
Seventeen new photographs and information regarding Merriman, Granite Bluff, Sagola, Channing, Frost, and Ontonagon have been added to the Reminders of the M&N – Menominee
Five new photographs and information regarding Lathams Station and Greenleaf have been added to the Reminders of the Main Line – Hilbert Junction to Green
Seven of Richard Hopfensperger’s Chilton photographs have been added to the Reminders of the M&N – Schwartzburg Junction to Hilbert Junction page of our web