With more than two-thirds of Michigan’s rail lines having been abandoned in the last hundred years, the remnants of Michigan’s railroads fade into the past more and more. In this comprehensive atlas of Michigan’s railroads, Graydon M. Meints compiles detailed railroad maps for each of Michigan’s 83 counties. These maps show the common carrier railroads and the interurban lines of Michigan’s once-vast railroad network including logging and mining roads. For cities and larger villages, several detailed maps have been included. The maps have been organized by county into five volumes. Volumes 1 – 4 include Lower Peninsula counties while maps for the Upper Peninsula are arranged in Volume 5.