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END OF LINE / YUMA
Posted by Jerry S on 12/27/2014, 9:23 am
Coming South last week out of TC on M-37, I turned onto (don't recall name of road) what is essentially the 2nd road North of the Yuma Sand Mine operation. The "end of the line" is right at this road and the GLC has the right-of-way toward the mine ( South) all fenced off with "No Trespassing" signs posted. I assume these were geared towards both ORV's & snowmobiles.
Question ? Is the old row North now DNR owned as a named trail ? If yes, what trail is this ? Does it continue all the way to Frankfort ? In AA /MIGN days, was there any switching activities in Mesick ? Is it true that in Thompsonville the old C&O/AA diamond was left intact as a memorial to these two RR's ? Finally, back at that road North of Yuma there are several piles of rail stacked up. Was this rail from what was pulled from Frankfort back to this point ?
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