Station: Lupton, MI
Lupton was settled about 1880 as Lane Heights and then Lane. The Detroit, Bay City & Alpena railroad's Rose City branch came through here about 1893 and the town was renamed Lupton. [MPN]
Lupton was about five miles east of Rose City on the D&M's Rose City branch.
In the Matter of the Application of the Detroit & Mackinac Railway Company for Authority to Make Its Stations Aloha, Tower, Saganing, Long Lake and Lupton Non-Agency Stations. D-1955. September 15, 1924.
Application having been filed herein by the Detroit and Mackinac Railway Company by Henry K. McHarg, Jr., Vice President and General Manager, for leave to change the character of service given at the above named stations from agency stations to non-agency stations; and the same having been brought on for hearing and the testimony taken in relation thereto having been duly considered;
It is HEREBY ORDERED by the Michigan Public Utilities Commission, That said Detroit and Mackinac Railway Company be and it is hereby authorized from and after October 1st, 1924, to change the character of Service given at its stations at Aloha, Tower, Saganing, Long Lake and Lupton, from agency stations to non-agency points.
MICHIGAN PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION