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CMGN = Central Michigan Railway as of 2005. A contemporary USGS map labels the railroad as Mid-Michigan.
PM was east/westish whereas MC+GTW was north/southish.
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C&O (PM)-NYC (PC)-GTW Mershon tower in Saginaw, Michigan as photographed in April 1974. (C. H. Geletzke, Jr. photo)
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