The little town of Watson is near the middle of the Upper Peninsula. Not much of it remains today but a few residents and some old buildings. The town was a sawmill town and mail distribution point with the railroad passing trough it. Even though it only consisted of a few buildings Watson must have been a large metropolis to the people that lived around there in the late 1800s and early 1900s because there is nothing around for miles but forest.
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