The old train station in Calumet looks rather sad and lonely, even the tracks are gone. It’s like a lighthouse with no shoreline to protect. After it was built in 1908, by the Mineral Range Railroad, I imagine many passengers and minors, ( not children, but they guys working in the copper mines, which you probably knew that) came into this once grand old station in copper country. The mines closed permanently after the strike in 1968, and it was not much longer after that the station was sold off and now it sits today wondering when a train with a load of passengers is gonna stop by.
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