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Winona Subdivision

FORMERLY Chicago & North Western Railway
(Madison Division/Subdivision 3)
CONSTRUCTED 1912 (Wyeville-Sparta)
CONSTRUCTED 1873 (Sparta-Winona Jct.)
CONSTRUCTED 1870 by La Crosse Trempealeau & Prescott Railroad (Winona Jct.-Winona)
LAST PASSENGER TRAIN: Dakota 400/1963
ABANDONED 1973 (Tunnel City-Winona)

At Tunnel City, Chicago & North Western previously had a tunnel paralleling north of the Milwaukee Road tunnel. After its tunnel collapsed in 1973, Chicago & North Western obtained trackage rights via the Milwaukee Road through its tunnel and west to Winona, and abandoned its own line. This arrangement continues in use with the successor railroads.

Radio Frequency - 160.890 (AAR Channel 52)

Stations/Milepost Locations

Direction is westward from Wyeville to Winona
Distance is from Milwaukee

ITALICS INDICATE ABANDONED SEGMENTS

153.9 Wyeville
160.4 North Tomah
163.4 Tunnel City
169.6 Camp McCoy
177.4 Sparta
183.2 Rockland
186.8 Bangor
191.5 West Salem
198.6 Medary Jct.
200.8 Onalaska
204.2 Midway
214.7 Trempealeau
221.3 Pine Creek
222.4 Marshland
227.4 Winona

1 track, Track Warrants in use.


LOST STATIONS

Known discontinued passenger railroad stations. Includes zoomable Google maps.

INTERLOCKING TOWERS

Past and present towers and interlockings.