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Wisconsin Central Railroad Depot

Wisconsin Central Railroad Depot
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Title: Wisconsin Central Railroad Depot
Description: Elevated view of the Wisconsin Central Railroad passenger depot at Stuntz Avenue. A group of people stand on the platform and near the locomotive between the double set of railroad tracks. The locomotive pulling the train is No #3 which was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Workers and purchased by Wisconsin Central about 1871. The roundhouse is on the left in the background, with the wood supply for the engines in front of it.

Image ID: 24333
1880 ca.
City, State: Ashland, Wisconsin
Album 33 (Railroads, Wisconsin Central Railroad Msc.)
Genre: Photograph
This image was donated to the Historical Society by George Banta, Jr.
Subjects: Trees
Cities and towns
Railroad trains
Railroad stations
Roundhouses (Railroads)
Outdoor photography
Clothing and dress
Water towers

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