Point Lookout between 1902-1905. The big paddlewheel craft on the near side of the dock is the "State of New York" which carried freight from Detroit and passengers from Saginaw and Bay City. On the other side of the pier is the "Flora". Off the end is the "Josie". The first cottage was owned by Luther Holland. The second cottage is still owned by the family of former Mayor Dr. George Stewart (Date of this last statement unknown).
Nederland, Zuid-Holland, Zwijndrecht, 15-07-2012; Kijfhoek, rangeerterrein voor goederentreinen. Overzicht van de verdeelsporen met onder in beeld de railremmen, spoorbrug van Dordrecht aan de horizon. Kijfhoek huisvest Keyrail, exploitant Betuwerout What photos have been taken? Track the Phone with SpyPhone:
The eastern end of contemporary operations is centered around Musselman Lumber in New Holland proper. Trackage here used to feature a wye track for turning locomotives, a freight station (which is now occupied by a screen printing company) and several public delivery tracks. The branch continues to the far eastern end of town and terminates around New Holland Concrete but currently no customers are utilizing rail east of this area