Escanaba & Lake Superior Railroad

Reporting mark: ELS
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CN - 3rd Street Bridge (Delta County, Michigan)
Built 1901
Steel stringer bridge over 3rd Street on Canadian National Railway
Open to traffic

CN - Escanaba River Bridge (S) (Delta County, Michigan)
Built 1892, Rebuilt 1943, Replaced 2015
Lattice through truss bridge over Escanaba River on Wisconsin Central Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

E&LS Porterfield Trestle (Marinette County, Wisconsin)
Bridge over Mud Brook on Escanaba and Lakeshore Railroad
Open to traffic

ELS - Amasa Rail Bridge (Iron County, Michigan)
Built 1920
Warren pony truss bridge over Hemlock River on Escanaba and Lake Superior Railroad
Open to traffic

ELS - Crivitz Rail Bridge (Marinette County, Wisconsin)
Pratt through truss bridge over Peshtigo River on Escanaba and Lake Superior Railroad
Open to traffic

ELS - Kingsford Bridge (Marinette County, Wisconsin)
Built 1902
Steel arch bridge over Menominee River on Escanaba & Lake Superior Railroad
Open to traffic

ELS - Little Peshtigo River Bridge (Marinette County, Wisconsin)
Deck arch bridge over Little Peshtgo River on Escanaba & Lake Superior Railroad
Open to traffic

ELS - Michigamme River Bridge (Dickinson County, Michigan)
Warren deck truss bridge over Michigamme River on Escanaba and Lake Superior Railroad
Intact but closed to all traffic

ELS - Outlet Bridge (Marinette County, Wisconsin)
Pony/through plate girder bridge over "The Outlet" on CN Railroad
Open to traffic

ELS - Pike River Bridge (Marinette County, Wisconsin)
Deck plate girder bridge over Pike River on Escanaba and Lakeshore Railroad
Open to traffic

ELS - Randville Railway Bridge (Dickinson County, Michigan)
Built 1905
Deck arch bridge over West Branch of Sturgeon River on Railroad
Open to traffic

ELS - US2 Overpass (Delta County, Michigan)
Built 1958
Deck plate girder bridge over US 2/US 41 on Escanaba & Lake Superior Railroad
Open to traffic

Mountain-Bay Trail/ELS Overpass (Brown County, Wisconsin)
Built 1914
Pony/through plate girder bridge over Semi-abandoned Escanaba & Lake Superior Railroad on Mountain-Bay Trail (Former CNW)
Open to pedestrians only

Ontonagon River Bridge (Ontonagon County, Michigan)
Built 1899
Pratt pony truss bridge over Ontonagon River on Abandoned Escanaba and Lake Superior Railroad
Intact but closed to all traffic