Location: Interurban facilities (Taylorville)
In the top phoeo, this was a 700 foot long, 35 foot high fixed span bringing the interurban railway over both the heavy traffic Michigan Central main line and the Lake Shore's Lansing branch looking west sometime after 1902. Tower "A" is at the right for the MC/LSMS crossing but likely had no responsibility for the interurban line.
In the second photo, this was the interurban depot at Albion, which was a station stop and maintenance facility for the railroad.
Photo info/credit: Top, the interurban crossing of the Michigan Central railroad [Frank Passic collection] and 2nd, the interurban station in town in 1914. The 3rd photo is along Austin Avenue in Albion. [Ted Zerbe]]. 4th and 5th photos, the interurban facility at "Taylorville" just west of Albion around 1913. [Frank Passiac collection]