User:Pkeegstra/Interurban Lines of West Michigan

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Michigan, United States
Year range
1880 - 1963

An interurban is a type of electric passenger railroad; in short a hybrid between streetcar and train.

In Michigan interurbans were particularly popular, and the largest cities of West Michigan were connected by interurbans before their demise in the twenties and thirties.


Allegan to Battle Creek

(Michigan Railway)

Grand Rapids to Holland

(Grand Rapids, Holland & Chicago)

Grand Rapids to Kalamazoo

(Michigan Railway)

Grand Rapids to Muskegon

(Grand Rapids, Grand Haven & Muskegon)

Kalamazoo to Grand Rapids

(Michigan Railway)

See Grand Rapids to Kalamazoo

Kalamazoo to Jackson

(Michigan Electric)

Lansing to Jackson

(Michigan Electric)

Lansing to St. Johns

(Michigan Electric)

Lansing to Owosso/Corunna

(Michigan Electric)

(Lists of stations were read off of the SPV Railroad Atlas of North America volume Great Lakes East.)