The remains of Crestline's one time landmark, the roundhouse smoke stack. When the roundhouse complex was built in 1918-1920, the smoke stack was 150' tall. In the late 1940's-early 1950's, an additional 10' was added, making it 160'! The stack served a dual purpose, one was to discharge exhaust smoke from the power house boilers and the second purpose was to exhaust the smoke from the steam locomotives in the roundhouse, via the fan house. This was one of the unique features of Crestline's roundhouse. The stack was torn down over a seven day period ending Oct. 12, 1982. This was done on the order of the Crawford Co. Health Department and the State Fire Marshal for safty reasons. Nov., 2001 (Photo courtesy of Matt Link)