Source: Michigan Gazetteer 1877
Population, 50. On the D. S. S. & A. And M. M. & N. Rys., in Munising township, Alger coutnty, 15 miles southwest on Munising, the county seat, and banking point. Tel. W. U. Exp., Western. Telephone connection. John Henry, postmaster.
Chamberlain F. Hotel
Clement C. E. Hotel
Connors J. J. General store
Jacques F. W. Exp. Agt.
Roberts George, General store
This [M. M. & N Railway?] train is on what would become the Manistique & Lake Superior Railroad tracks. The track leading to the lower left corner is the interchange track with the D. S. S. & A. Railway. This engine wheel 2-4-4 arrangement does not show on the M&LS engine roster, the lead engine also has a tender attached to it.
This what the depot looked like later in in life, after it was no longer used. Manistique & Lake Superior trackage is gone and the road bed is now a nature trail.