Lake Superior Railroad Museum and its collection

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The Lake Superior Railroad Museum ( reporting mark LSRX ) is a railroad museum in Duluth , Minnesota , United States. Opened in 1973, the museum focuses on railroading in the Lake Superior region. It is housed in the restored Duluth Union Depot complex. The museum also operates the North Shore Scenic Railroad , which runs excursion trains from Memorial Day through mid-October using historic rail equipment from the museum collection. The collection includes the William Crooks , which became the first locomotive to operate in the state of Minnesota in 1861, and Duluth, Missabe and Iron Range Railway Number 227, a 2-8-8-4 "Yellowstone" locomotive that was among the largest steam engines to operate. Several museum spaces are available for rent as an event venue.

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Lake Superior Railroad Museum
West Michigan Street 506
MN 55802 Duluth
Minnesota

Visitor information Lake Superior Railroad Museum

Opening hours

Winter
Monday - Sunday: 10am – 5pm

Summer (Memorial Day – Labor Day)
Monday - Sunday: 10am – 6pm

Admission

0 – 2Free
3 – 13$6.00
14+$12.00

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Location & Map

West Michigan Street 506, Duluth

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