Grand Rapids to Walker

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  • States: Michigan   
  • Railroads: PRR   

The Muskegon Branch

The abandoned railroad route between Grand Rapids and Walker, known as The Muskegon Branch, of which 7.31 miles have been abandoned, was once operated in Michigan by the Pennsylvania Railroad.

Historic ICC Abandonment Filings

PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
Docket Number: 21183 Date: 6/23/1960 Section: 1(18) &
Application for authority to (1) abandon a portion of their Muskegon Branch, extending in a northwesterly direction 7.31 miles from its connection with the main track of the Grand Rapids Branch at Muskegon Junction, M.P. 0.00 to Walker, Mich., M.P. 7.31, in Kent and Ottawa Counties, Mich., of which 4.76 miles from Muskegon Junction to Kenney is to remain in service as an industrial lead track; and (2) auth. to. acquire trackage rights over the line of the Grand Trunk Western Ry. Co. between Fuller & Walker, in Kent & Ottawa Counties, Mich., a dist. of 7.23 miles.
Length: 7.31 miles Citation:  

LOOKING FOR MODELING DATA ON THE PRR BRANCH AND THE RAIL FERRY OPERATIONS IN MUSKEGON.....

JACK NORMAN
ST CHARLES, MO
8/27/2012

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Shortened Link: http://a-r.us/p68
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