Trevor Depot at the former site of the North Lake Tourist Railroad This depot was moved from Trevor to North Lake. There used to be a tourist railroad with a 50 minute eight mile trip in old passenger cars pulled by a steam engine. The engine used to pull logging trains in northern California. Sadly, this beautiful rural area in Lake Country grew with more and more people who sought to live in the country and commute to their urban jobs. They complained about the noise, smells, and smoke and eventually pressured the railroad to cease operations. I believe a dining car from this site was moved next to the Oconomowoc depot as part of an extension to their restaurant. I've eaten breakfast in it before on a weekend or two. I was able to take my very old grandfather for a ride on this train before he passed some years ago. The trip was well worth it as he told me about some of his experiences taking the train in what was then largely undeveloped northern Wisconsin. There is a bunch of equipment still on the site.