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  1. In 1894, the DBC&A was in receivership and was sold at a foreclosure sale on November 8, 1894 to the newly created Detroit & Mackinac Railway. The Alpena & Northern was also sold to the Detroit & Mackinac Railway on April 16, 1895. [MRRC] 1895 Sanborn Insurance maps list the railroad as both the DBC&A and the D&M.

  2. The Alpena and Northern Railroad was built in 1893 from Alpena (north of the Thunder Bay River) to LaRoque (now known as Hawks) in Presque Isle County. The Jackson Lake branch from LaRoque to the Valentine Lake area in Montmorency County was built in 1894. This railroad was affiliated with the logging interests of the Alger, Smith & Company.

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  4. On March 14, 1989, the Alpena County Board of Commissioners approved a recommendation to change the name of Phelps Collins Field to Alpena County Regional Airport. By mid 1990 the County of Alpena began to make improvements to the airport’s passenger terminal with the help of the Michigan Bureau of Aeronautics grant programs.

  5. Alpena County Regional Airport is a commercial air carrier airport owned and operated by the County of Alpena and licensed by the state of Michigan. The airport, conveniently located seven miles west of the city of Alpena, consists of 3,000 plus acres and maintains a 9000 ft. north/south runway and a 5030 ft. crosswind runway.

  6. Michigan's Internet Railroad History Museum seems to have the most information on the railroad: Railroad Origins in Alpena - including Detroit & Mackinac lines and other lines in Alpena. Logging the North Woods. Review of the Physical Condition of Boyne City, Gaylord & Alpena Railroad in 1909. B.C.G. & A. CHANGES ITS TRAIN SERVICE

  7. Jul 27, 2012 · From this census we glean many interesting facts, showing the true state of the county. The population of the county was 4,807 as follows: City of Alpena 3,964, Alpena Township 249, Long Rapids 291, Wilson 293, Ossineke 110. The valuation of the county as equalized by the Board of Supervisors was $2,134,360.50.

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