Station: Tustin, MI
Tustin was settled when the Grand Rapids & Indiana railroad came through about 1872 with a general store. The town was incorporated as a village in 1893. [MPN]
Tustin is located in north west Osceola County and was on the Grand Rapids & Indiana main line between Grand Rapids and Mackinaw City. It was about 15 miles north of Reed City. The Michigan East and West railroad also came through Tustin enroute to a connection with the Ann Arbor railroad at Marion.
Photo Info/Credit: Top, the GR&I depot at Tustin. 2nd photo, the same depot with a passenger train loading passengers and baggage. [Alan Loftis collection]
1910 - In 1910, the M&GR ran one passenger train each way between Manistee and Marion via Tustin. This was likely a mixed train. [OGR]