Station:  Vicksburg, Michigan

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Vicksburg was the former crossing of the Pennsylvania Railroad (GR&I branch) and the Grand Trunk Western main line.  The crossing was originally controlled by a crossing gate/smash board and this interlocker was installed in the 1920's.  The interlocker was controlled from the operators bay in the Union station.  Photo by Dale Berry, 2002.

The Union Depot at Vicksburg, around the turn of the century.  Note the smash board gate which protects the crossing of the railroads.  [Mark Worrall collection]  Below, another photo of the depot.  [Alan Loftis Collection]

Above, a 1913 photograph of the depot and crossing.  Below, a 2003 photo of the Union Depot.  [Alan Loftis]