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Timetable: Milwaukee Road - Channing Sub - Green Bay to Channing

This was the Milwaukee Road's main line north into the upper peninsula of Michigan. Station hours and car capacity as of 1938.

Station MP from GB Shops Notes
Green Bay Shops   0.0 DN C W X T S Yard TC=C
GB&W Crossing xGBW  1.2
Cormier  4.5  TC=CR
Spur 120  6.9   
Tremble  9.7  TC=B 
Sobieski  15.5  TC=SK 
Abrams  19.5  D TC=AB 
Oconto Junction  23.0  J P70 TC=PW 
Stiles     
Stiles Junction  26.7  D W PC37 TC=UN 
Lena  31.4  D TC=VI 
Coleman  39.2  DA W P48 TC=CM
Pound  41.3  TC=N 
Champion Gravel Spur  42.3   
Beaver  44.3  TC=BR 
Crivitz  50.9  DA J C W Y S P56 TC=NI 
Middle Inlet  55.2  TC=MD 
Wausaukee  61.2  D P79 TC=WA 
Cedarville  67.4  TC=CV 
Amberg  71.0  D W P32 TC=PI 
Beecher Lake  75.5  TC=BE 
Holmes Junction xW&M  78.0  X J  
Pembine xSOO  80.2  DN X P37 TC=KW 
Spur 195  81.2   
Brown's Spur  85.2   
Arbutus, WI  86.6  84 TC=US 
Anderson Spur, WI  90.5   
Kingsford, MI   
Iron Mountain  94.0  DN C W Y S P54 TC=RN 
C&NW Crossing xCNW  94.7 
Quinnesec  96.0  TC=PY
Traders  97.0  P26 TC=J 
Merriman  101.5  P57 TC=MR 
Groveland Junction   
Randville  107.3  P47 TC=G 
Sagola  114.4  D P50 TC=GA 
Channing  118.1  DN C J W Y Yard TC=CH 
     

Notes:

Oconto Junction: A junction with the MILW Oconto Branch.

Stiles Junction: A junction with the C&NW.

Holmes Junction: Originally a crossing of the W&M, then a junction.

Anderson's Spur: At mp 90.5 this was the last station in Wisconsin.

Kingsford: This was not an MILW station but a junction with a large facility for Ford Motor's forest products operation west of the main line.

Iron Mountain: The C&NW junctioned with the MILW here.

Quinnesec: This was likely not on the main line but east of Iron Mountain on a branch.

Groveland Junction: Was a junction with a short branch to Groveland Mine, east of the main line.

Channing: The main line continued north from here to Champion. MILW branch lines to Ontonagon and Iron River left towards the west and the Escanaba & Lake Superior main line left east to the Wells area at the north end of the yard. The MILW & E&LS dispatcher was located here.

Note Key: BB=Bascule Bridge | C=Coal | CS=Car Shop | D=Open > Day | DA = Open Days and Afternoons | DN=Open Day and night | DS=Dispatcher | DT=Double Main Track | EH=Enginehouse | F=Diesel Fuel | HI=Half Interlocked Crossing | I=Interlocked Crossing | J=Junction | LB=Liftbridge | N=Open at night | P=Passing Track w/40' car capacity | Q=Quarry | RH=Roundhouse # stalls | RT=Railroad Resort | S=Scales | SB=Swingbridge | T=Turntable | TC=Telegraph call | W=Water | X=Crossing | Y=Wye | Yard=Yard

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