(Forwarded from the Michigan & Chicago Railway)
History of the Detroit, Toledo & Milwaukee Railroad
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tank you we are interested in buying the Detroit,Toledo& Milwaukee Railroad
Havethe fubding,would lso like toremodel,buytheMichican central Station
want to revieMichiganandput thousands of people towork
very serious, Ronald Sharron-Chairman
The CK&S was built from a connection with the GTW at Pavillion in Kalamzoo Co., running north 18 miles to Kalamazoo, then northeasterly to the Richland and a junction with the line shown here. It was to be built all the way to Saginaw but was only completed as far as Woodbury, north of Hastings. In its last years of operation it was a part of NYC then PC, and ended at what was called the Richland T, where it connected with what remained of the Interurban line that ran west to Hooper, a remnant of the Interurban that ran from Allegan to Battle Creek, earlier converted to a steam road. It lasted until about 1973 when PC ended service on it.
Hello, My company is very interested in the Detroit, Toledo& Milwaukee railroad line we would like to use it as a regular freight and passenger line. We are station in Monroe Mi. We have very big plans for this strip of land we also have funding for this project we are very serious so please let us know
Royal Railroad Company
trenton Mi, MI
One more question is the track still there or does new track need to be laid please let me know @email@example.com or Hotmail.com thanks.
CEO- Dean Royal
Royal RailRoad Company
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