First up, we have one from 1884. The one is interesting because it shows TWO lines south of Salem, one to Riverside Mines, and as second line to a place called "Iron Hill". It also shows what I believe would be the branch to DeCamp terminating at a location called "Simpson". I have not been able to locate any of these locations on modern maps. Second, here is one from 1888 featuring all the same locations as the one above. Third, we have one from 1898. This one shows some additional trackage to both Sligo (which by this time would've been the connection to the Sligo and Eastern) as well as to Plank Iron Bank. The line that was previously labelled as "Iron Hill" is now called "Simmons Mountain". It also shows what I assume is the DeCamp line, but does not name a terminus. Here's 1901...same as the last one but Riverside Mines is gone. Here's 1912. This one shows the DeCamp branch and also shows a line south of Salem but doesn't indicate the last point on the line. It also shows a little bit of the Sligo and Eastern. Finally, 1927. I had to piece this one together, but it's pretty decent. By this time, Salem is the end of the line. It shows the Cherry Valley branch, as well as a good chunk of the Sligo and Eastern.