RAILROAD OPERATING INFORMATION
FORMERLY Chicago & North Western Railway
(Lake Shore Division/Subdivision 5)
CONSTRUCTED 1872 by Milwaukee Lake Shore & Western Railway (Milwaukee-Sheboygan)
ABS installed 1917
CONSTRUCTED 1928 (Wiscona-Fox Point)
LAST PASSENGER TRAIN: Shoreland 400/1971
Portion of former Chicago & North Western "Shore" line from Milwaukee to Green Bay, which used the now abandoned route from Milwaukee passenger station to junction at Wiscona. Until 1928, passenger trains from Milwaukee used a more direct route from Lake Shore Jct. to Fox Point, replaced with a new segment proceeding east from Wiscona.
Radio Frequency - 161.040 (AAR Channel 62)
Direction is northward from Milwaukee to Sheboygan
Distance is from Proviso via Butler
ITALICS INDICATE ABANDONED SEGMENTS
104.5 Fox Point
122.4 Port Washington
135.6 Cedar Grove
146.6 Edgewater Jct.
149.0 Kohler Jct.
1 track, Track Warrants in use.
Track diagram as the line existed during 1950's, when when it was a signaled passenger line.
Known discontinued passenger railroad stations. Includes zoomable Google maps.
Past and present towers and interlockings.