Trivia- the woman told me that when she married, the waiters were a PRR dining car crew that was laying over at Mackinaw City. It was a regular way for the men to pick up extra money.
More trivia- She had one of only two GR&I marked pieces of china I have ever seen. Had the GR&I circular logo, with Grand Rapids & Indiana around the upper portion, The Fishing Line around the bottom with a trout leaping out of the water in the center. She probably had it fairly priced, in today's dollars it would have been above $400.00
Missaukee Junction- the connection with the bankrupt Cadillac & Lake City. All cars would have been gons of scrap rail plus the 1930 Westinghouse-Baldwin #B-71. The locomotive went to Jonesville, MI to a private owner.