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Road to C&H Waterworks

Transportation, Roads, Woody Plants, Trees, Road to C&H Waterworks [Winding dirt road leading through the woods to C&H Waterworks]

Scanned: April 12, 2007


Road

Transportation, Roads, Woody Plants, Trees, Section 16 Road [Dirt road winding through the woods]

Scanned: April 17, 2007


C&H Waterworks

Transportation, Roads, Wildlife Utilization, Woody Plants, Trees Trees near C&H Waterworks [A horse drawn cart moves down a road leading back to the C&H Waterworks]

Scanned: April 19, 2007


Section 16 Gate

Transportation, Roads, Wildlife Utilization, Woody Plants, Trees Sect 16 gate [A women opens a gate for a horse drawn buggy to pass]

Scanned: April 19, 2007


Roads

Transportation, Roads, Woody Plants, Trees, Transportation, Automotive Road near cemetery in fall [Photo shows a automobile coming down the leaf covered road.]

Scanned: May 31, 2006


Jack Pines

Woody Plants, Trees, Transportation, Roads, Jack Pines - plains back to Baraga. [Two track road in the forest.]

Scanned: September 30, 2014


Dirt Road

Transportation, Roads, Woody Plants, Trees, [Photograph of a dirt road in a forested area.]

Scanned: August 10, 2012


Cities & Towns - Delaware

Buildings, Transportation, Roads, Woody Plants, Trees Buildings - Delaware [Photo of buildings taken from the highway. One building displays the sign "rock shop and jewelry". A Eagle Harbor road sign is on the right of the picture.]

Scanned: March 7, 2008


Covered Highway

Transportation, Roads, Woody Plants, Trees, The covered highway between Houghton and Redridge is now designated by road signs put up by the Houghton County Road Commission. Labeled "Scenic Highway Aboreal Tunnel," the signs, about 6 in number, inform of the famous archway drive. It was formerly the railroad track bed of the Atlantic Mining Company's line along which the trains of rock cars were hauled by a pint size locomotive from the mine shafts of the Atlantic Mine to the mill at Redridge. [Image of the tree covered tunnel serving as the entrance to the covered road.]

Scanned: November 5, 2007


Road Signs

Transportation, Roads, Woody Plants, Trees, Sign and Signboards This road sign can now be seen on M-26 in Atlantic Mine at the bottom of Van Orden Hill near Cole's Creek and at Redridge as well as intermediate points along the way. It tells the tourist where he might find the Aboreal (tree) Tunnel, the Archway Drive or the Covered Highway, as it is commonly called. [Image of the sign indicating where to turn to find the " Scenic Highway Arboreal Tunnel"]

Scanned: November 5, 2007