The Chippewa Valley Line
The Milwaukee Road’s Chippewa Valley Line was built in 1882. The southern terminus was Wabasha, MN and the railroad crossed the Mississippi on a unique pontoon bridge. Towns served on the line included Durand, Red Cedar, Meridean, Caryville, Lufkin, Shawtown, Eau Claire, Chippewa Falls, Dunnville, Downsville, Irvington, Menomonie, and Cedar Falls, WI.
264 pages, which includes 484 black-and-white pictures, 42 color photos, 65 maps and 144 charts, records, timetables, correspondences, and more.
Published in 2015