LAKE COUNTY

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EXISTING STATIONS
Station
Name
Original
Railroad
Current
Location
Type Date
Built
Current
Use
Track
Status
Building
Material
More
Info
knife river CR 104 and American Dock Road P ???? Vacant In Use Wood  
knife river CR 104 and American Dock Road F ???? Vacant In Use Wood  
two harbors Sixth and Water Streets P 1907 Museum In Use Brick  
STATIONS OF THE PAST
Station
Name
Original
Railroad
Notes
Alger  
Britton  
Darby
(Darby JCT.)
 
Drummond This town was 12 miles NW of Two Harbors (T. 54N, R. 11W).
Finland  
Forest Center  
Greenwood Junction  
Hawlett  
Highland  
Isabella Station  
Jay See Landing  
Jordan  
Kelly Landing  
Larsmont Much of the area was destroyed by a forest fire in 1926.
Lauren Rumor has it that this station may have been moved to Isabella when the Wales Branch was extended.
Martin landing  
Mc Nair  
Norshore Junction  
Sawbill landing  
Scott Junction  
Two Harbors Prior to 1907 there was a smaller wood passenger station that was across the tracks from the new brick station.
Waldo

John Hill, a Finlander, aged 40, was struck by a Duluth & Iron Range passenger train near Waldo station at about 10:30 o'clock on November 12, 1910. The injured man intended to board the train at Waldo station, and was late in getting to the station. When he saw the train approaching, he ran down the track, waving his arms to attract the attention of the engineer, running between the rails all the time. The engineer slowed the train down and blew the whistle but Hill did not get out of the way and was struck by the engine while the train was going at the rate of 15 miles an hour. He was picked up and put on a train and taken to the Budd hospital. He was unconscious for a considerable time, but it is thought that his injuries will not prove fatal. --The Duluth News Tribune

Wales
(Emetta)
Known as Emetta prior to 1923.
Welch  
Wheeler Landing  
Whyte  
Winter  
York  
1898 LAKE COUNTY RAILROAD MAP