ⓘ Wyeville, Wisconsin

                                     

ⓘ Wyeville, Wisconsin

The West Wisconsin Railway was authorized in 1876 to build from St. Paul, Minnesota through to reach the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad at Elroy, Wisconsin. This railroad became the Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Railway "The Omaha Road" in 1880. At this location, a branch rail line was constructed eastward to Necedah. The location originally was named "Necedah Junction". The local post office was called Wyeville when established in 1890 and the first postmaster was Charles Brooks. The name Wyeville is documented as a variation of "Wythe", a county in Virginia. Eventually the name "Necedah Junction" was dropped in 1911 and the community was called the same name as the post office.

The railway junction was the transfer in 1911 of the Chicago and northwestern railway, Omaha and secondary roads. Milwaukee, Sparta and North Western railway, a branch of the Chicago and northwestern railway, began the "air line" or the "Adams cutoff" from Adams, Wi in the direction of Sparta, Wisconsin in 1910. This railway used a line from Necedah to Wyeville as part of this new route. True Railroad Wye was built at the railway crossover, along with the lock tower and train depot.

Until 1963, the passengers from the twin cities 400 and 400 Rochester there, transplanting from train to train, as it was scheduled interchange for the two streamliners.

                                     
  • Railway on its southern Minnesota line between Mankato, Minnesota and Wyeville Wisconsin It began running in 1936. In 1950 it was extended to run between
  • Pacific Railroad. It meets the Wyeville Subdivision to the west in Wyeville Wisconsin and runs to Butler, Wisconsin in the east where it meets the Milwaukee
  • March 6, 1996 was an American Republican politician. Born in Wyeville Wisconsin to Charles M. Kenyon and Harriet Shookman Kenyon, he served in
  • is a state highway in the U.S. state of Wisconsin It runs north south in central Wisconsin from near Wyeville to Nekoosa. From Valley Junction to Babcock
  • The route continues east from there to junction with WIS 173 west of Wyeville and then crosses into Juneau County. WIS 21 passes through the Necedah
  • includes main lines from Wyeville Wisconsin to St. Paul, Minnesota, and St. Paul to Sioux City, Iowa. The West Wisconsin Railway was authorized in
  • Adams, Massachusetts Adams station Wisconsin a station on the Chicago North Western Railway line between Milwaukee and Wyeville in Adams, Wisconsin
  • commuter line and stopped at the Lakefront station on Wisconsin Avenue. It ran to Wyeville Wisconsin where it followed the Omaha Road route to St. Paul
  • Area Montessori School grades 4K - 4 Warrens Elementary grades 4K - 5 Wyeville Elementary grades K - 5 Tomah Middle School grades 6 - 8 Tomah High School
  • better mainline trackage further to the north via Adams, Necedah, and Wyeville The rails on this portion were taken up in the mid - 1960s and the right - of - way
  • county seat Tomah Cashton Kendall Melvina Norwalk Oakdale Warrens Wilton Wyeville Adrian Angelo Byron Clifton Glendale Grant Greenfield Jefferson La Grange
  • Area Montessori School grades 4K - 3 Warrens Elementary grades 4K - 5 Wyeville Elementary grades K - 5 Tomah Middle School grades 6 - 8 Tomah High School