|Bagley||Mohler Movers, 4113 North Irvine, Bemidji
|Bemidji||130 Minnesota Avenue Southwest||C||1912||Business||In Use||Brick|
|Minnesota Ave. SW near Railroad Street.||P||1911||Business||In Use||Brick|
|Bemidji||30 Irvine Avenue (South end of Irvine near the lake)||C||????||Residence||Gone||Wood|
|Turtle River||116 West Main Street
(GPS: 47.5875 -94.7596)
|STATIONS OF THE PAST|
|Bemidji||This was the old M&I station before Union Station was constructed.|
|Blackduck||This photo was marked as Blackduck, but I am unsure of which RR it belonged to or if it was a first or second generation station.|
|Nebish||This was the first Minneapolis, Red Lake & Manitoba depot at Nebish. It was the lumber house of the Crookston Lumber Company.|
|Nebish||This station was built around 1912. After the railroad ceased operations here, a man named Bob Binkley bought the station and moved it to his property.|
|Puposky||Depot was sold in 1929, and lasted at least until the 1950s. Final fate unknown.|
|Tenstrike||This station was moved and turned into a house, but burned down around 1999.|
|1898 BELTRAMI COUNTY RAILROAD MAP|
Notes About Existing Stations...
Bagley (GN) - Moved from Bagley in Clearwater County to Bemidji.
Bemidji (GN) - Home of the Beltrami County Historical Society.
Bemidji (MRL&M) - This logging railroad ended at Lake Irvine where the logs were dumped into the lake and floated across to a sawmill on the opposite side.