Station:  Polland, MI

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This is what is left of Polland, Michigan, 2002.  Polland was the location of the beginning of a short branch line to Sandusky.  The track to Sandusky is pulled up just west of this wye.  The wye is now used for tank car storage.  [Dale Berry]

Poland area note:  There is a former 70' turntable bridge that was used to replace an ancient wooden structure over the Black River near Poland, Michigan.  T. J. Gaffney, Curator of Collections at the Port Museum speculates that it came from the west side of the state, perhaps Manistee, Benton Harbor or Muskegon.