I have been looking for information on this railroad for some time, about the only thing I can find is from obituaries or marriages in the 1909-1914 period? A friend of mine has some rail has father picked up from the vicinity of Rt 69 (between Walmart and the former KMart) where it came off the main line by the tie plant (they are trying to launch a federal cleanup of the tie plant site, but most of that is under the Rite Aid wharehouse). There was a mason named Tuttle up there who only had a big thumb on his right hand because the fingers were still under a rail when the rest of the track crew dropped it. I'm told they had a graded bed as far as Lee Center (mostly sand yet?) and then graded some on the upper end at Osceola, I can only guess the backers were involved with timber tracts or sawmills there. At anyrate, it never got far and may never actually had any buildings or rolling stock? In fact there appears to be no photos. There are some remains of the tie plant, which may have been a propectful customer for the R&O, such as the loading area.