Lansing & St Johns Electric Interurban Railway
Electric Railway that ran from North Lansing to St Johns, became part of Michigan United Railway
electrified 1904, discontinued 1929
A portion of the original right of way remains as Loomis Rd, and also as a power company line
Merle Beach Substation
existing right of way
Right of way as seen from Chadwick Rd
Historical Marker in Dewitt
Interurban Railways in Michigan
The Arnold Electro-Pneumatic Railway System as Employed on the Lansing, St. Johns and St. Louis Railway.
USGS: Dewitt Quadrangle Topographical Map 1916
USGS TopographicMaps Lansing North St Johns South route is shown as "old railroad grade"
Wikipedia: Lansing, St. Johns and St. Louis Railway
Reference: The "Great Northern" Ghost; The Story of the Lansing-St. Johns Electric Interurban Railway by Ford Stevens Caesar
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