- 1872: 48 miles completed from Milwaukee to Sheboygan, Wisconsin by the Milwaukee, Lake Shore & Western Railroad
- 1874: 32 miles completed from Sheboygan to Two Rivers, Wisconsin by the Milwaukee, Lake Shore & Western Railroad
- 1875: Name change to Milwaukee, Lake Shore & Western Railway
- 1893: MLS&W purchased by Chicago & North Western Railway
- 1906: 36 miles completed between Manitowoc and Green Bay, Wisconsin by the Manitowoc, Green Bay & Northwestern Railway
- 1907: 4 mile Sheboygan Cutoff completed by Chicago & North Western Railway
- 1909: Chicago & North Western Railway fully absorbs the MGB&NW
- 1929: Wiscona Cutoff completed to allow for abandonment of tracks through Whitefish Bay
- 1988: Sheboygan/Manitowoc County Line-Green Bay section sold to the Fox Valley & Western Railway
- 1993: FV&W purchased by Wisconsin Central, Ltd
- 1995: Chicago & North Western purchased by Union Pacific Railroad
- 1996: Denmark-Rockwood segment abandoned and acquired for future trail use
- 2001: Canadian National Railway acquires Wisconsin Central, Ltd
- 2003: Line through Fond du Lac abandoned
- Ca. 2005: Martin Avenue to Pennsylvania Avenue trackage abandoned in Sheboygan
- 2013: Devils River State Trail completed between Denmark and Rockwood
- 2013: Trail completed from Martin Avenue to Pennsylvania Avenue in Sheboygan
- 2021: Fox Valley & Lake Superior Railroad purchases the Green Bay-Denmark segment
- 1995-Present: Union Pacific operates the Wiscona-Sheboygan/Manitowoc County Line segment as the Shoreline Subdivision
- 2001-Present: Canadian National operates the Sheboygan/Manitowoc County Line-Rockwood segment as the Manitowoc Subdivision, although it is currently out of service
- 2022-Present: Fox Valley & Lake Superior Railroad operates the line between Appleton and New London
This small through girder bridge crosses Sunset Road in Port Washington, Wisconsin.
Built in 1907, the bridge consists of a standard through girder span, set onto stone abutments.
This style bridge was common around the United States, as it was cheap to construct and durable.
The bridge is in good condition, although it does have some minor corrosion.
Despite this, the author has ranked the bridge as being locally significant, due to the common design.
The photo above is an overview.