Browse Subjects

Thumbnail Subject(s) Description Add to Shoebox

Corduroy Road

Transportation, Roads, Woody Plants, Trees, Corduroy Road through swamp at head of L'Anse Bay. [Image of a road paved with small timbers leading through the woods.]

Scanned: February 26, 2010


J.R. Dee's Real Estate

Water, Transportation, Railroads, Woody Plants, Trees J.R. Dee's Real Estate (Water and Dock view) [Railroad tracks winding around a bend near a steep embankment leading down to a dock on what appears to be Portage Lake]

Scanned: March 22, 2007


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


Gratiot River Bridge

Transportation, Bridges, Water, Rivers, Woody Plants, Trees Gratiot River Bridge [A man poses on a bridge for a photograph]

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


Marg and Dolly

Transportation, Wildlife Utilization, Woody Plants, Trees C&H Trough - Marg & Dolly [A horse drawn cart stops at a water trough to get a drink]

Scanned: May 2, 2007


Gratiot River

Transportation, Bridges, Water, Rivers, Woody Plants, Trees Gratiot River and Bridge [View of bridge with stone foundation. A horse, buggy and driver are stopped on the bridge, possibly looking at the swirling waters below.]

Scanned: April 13, 2010


Roads

Transportation, Water, Lakes, Woody Plants, Trees Cars and horse team on road along side of Portage Lake. [Good example of the past and the present. Cars and teams of horses travel the same road which may be Van Orden's Hill?. The coal dock structures are also visible.]

Scanned: April 26, 2010