|Willoughby Yard||Servicing facility, sorting yard||647.6|
|Willoughby Station||Metropolitan Passenger Station and Railway Express Office||645.7|
|Oil Dealer – Willoughby||Tanker cars||645.2|
|Grain Millers – Willoughby||Grain boxcars||644.3|
|BFE Lumber yard||Wood products boxcars & flatcars||620.4|
|Bottleneck||Passenger Station and Railway Express Office||601.4|
|Bottleneck Yard||Two track staging yard & passing siding||583.0|
|Rock Ridge||Passenger Station, REO, servicing facility, sorting yard||580.5|
|Big Fir Enterprises Mill||Uphill branch, log pond, siding||575.7|
|BFE Logging Camp||Rustic logging area||570.3|
Willoughby – “A Stop at Willoughby” is an episode from the television anthology series The Twilight Zone. Rod Serling cited this as his favorite story from the first season of the series.
Bottleneck – The fictional town of Bottleneck was the main location in the 1939 western Destry Rides Again. This classic western film was directed by George Marshall and starred Marlene Dietrich & James Stewart.
Big Fir Enterprises Logging – This Douglas Fir logging operation up in the mountains near Rock Ridge was not a movie or TV reference. Employees of the company sometimes refer to the company by other names that fit the initials “BFE”. Most operations and facilities of this company are located in the middle of nowhere.
Rock Ridge – The fictional Western town that receives some stylish law and order from Sheriff Bart and The Waco Kid in the 1974 Mel Brooks movie Blazing Saddles. Starring Cleavon Little and Gene Wilder, the movie was nominated for three Academy Awards, and is considered one of the great American comedies.
“I wash born here, an I wash raished here, and dad gum it, I am gonna die here, an no sidewindin’, bushwackin’, hornswagglin’ cracker croaker is gonna rouin me bishen cutter.” —Gabby Johnson