Date of Award
Master of Science in Industrial Archaeology (MS)
College, School or Department Name
Department of Social Sciences
Patrick E. Martin
The “Quincy & Torch Lake Railroad Engine House Facility Management and Interpretive Plan" was designed to serve as a guide to aid the Quincy Mine Hoist Association in their efforts to restore and interpret historic railroad resources under their stewardship. Early searches for existing management and interpretive plans demonstrated that similar plans were primarily produced by the National Park Service and were intended to guide large scale heritage sites that consist of a variety of cultural resources. This project adapts concepts found in those large scale management and interpretive site plans, to guide small scale site management, restoration, and interpretive projects. The document presents a three stage, second phase restoration process. Each stage of development is guided by a series of management and interpretive goals and objectives which were set for the engine house facility.
Leopold, Dennis H., "Quincy and Torch Lake Railroad engine house facility management and interpretive plan", Master's report, Michigan Technological University, 2011.