Station: Attica, MI

Attia was settled about 1851 with a sawmill. It was called Mill Station in 1867 and renamed Elk Lake in 1870. It received the final name of Attica in 1871. [MPN]

Attica was on the Grand Trunk Western main line between Port Huron and Flint and was about six miles west of downtown Imlay City.


Timeline:

1918. The Grand Trunk had an agent here around the clock. [TRT]

1945. The MPSC gives the GTW permission to discontinue Attica as a passenger and LCL station, remove the caretaker, and remove the depot. They were ordered to maintain a siding for loading and unloading carload freight. [MPSC-1945]