Originally Posted by Kickin'Bass
I beleive there is whats left of what looked to be like a old train tressel at the mouth of the cove that used to lead to Coby's marina, (the cove on the backside of Galloway's). Waaay back in the day the ol' timers used to always hang the heads of big catfish on them, that was caught off their trot-lines.
That could be the WBT&S. The old Sanford maps show it following the same general route as the Trinity/Onalaska road which eventually be came FM 356.
The last train into Livingston was in 1954. That was long before the roads were rerouted for the lake.
In the very late 1880's until 1920 Carter Bros Lumber had logging rail roads all through the wood around what is now Lake Livingston.