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Milwaukee Railroad Station (now a medical office)
This former railroad station poses as a picturesque shingled house. The bay of the stationmaster's office punches through the roof to form a low, square tower. Other portions of the sweeping roof have gabled ends and dormers with low-pitched shed roofs. The tracks and the metal turntable (this was the end of the line) have been removed. At the east end of the small railroad park is the former Rock Island Station, now used as a residence.
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