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Station: Whitehall, MI

PM Depot serving Montague and Whitehall MI PM Depot serving Montague and Whitehall MI PM Depot serving Montague and Whitehall MIWhitehall was settled about 1859 in northwest Muskegon County. It was originally called Mears but renamed in 1867. The town was incorporated as a village in 1867 and a city in 1942. [MPN]

Whitehall was located on a Pere Marquette branch line from Muskegon to Hart and Pentwater. It is about 15 miles north of downtown Muskegon, and adjacent to Montague across the lake.

Photo Info/Credit: Top, a 1976 photo of the C&O depot serving Whitehall and Montague. [Charles Geletzke Jr.]. 2nd photo, an early postcard view showing the railroad and water tower at Whitehall. 3rd photo, the resttored depot serving Montague and Whitehall in 2003. [Alan Loftis]