Alpena and Northern Railroad
The Alpena and Northern Railroad is a defunct railroad which operated briefly in northern Michigan during the 1890s.
The company incorporated on July 28, 1893, with the intention of building an 85-mile (137 km) line from Alpena to Mackinaw City, on the south shore of the Straits of Mackinac. On November 18 of that same year the company opened a line from Alpena to LaRocque (now Hawks), for a total length of 35 miles (56 km).
- Meints (1992), 36; Michigan Railroad Commission (1894), 4.
- Meints (1992), 36.