When I rode with the Soo Line crew on their trips to the Keewenaw, the branch into Lake Linden ran right through the areas of the stamp mills. It was like riding on a train in Germany right after WWII. The pulpwood loader was in the area occupied by the relocated museum buildings in Lake Linden. The main went across Route 26 to a a siding along Linden Street where the train was run around for its return trip to Houghton. There were also a couple of yard tracks back there were gons were stored for the pulpwood operation.
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