NP 3617 on the North Shore Scenic Railroad, September 2015.
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Soo Line 2500 pulling a special train in Duluth.
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Erie Mining 4211 leading a Streamliner special to Two Harbors.
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Classic Streamliners - TRAINCYCLOPEDIA
The Lake Superior Railroad Museum is housed at the Duluth Depot.
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D&NE 28 operating in Palmers, Minnesota.
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Lake Superior Railroad Museum
The Lake Superior Railroad Museum (reporting mark LSRX) is a railroad museum located in Duluth, Minnesota.
The museum has seven steam, 14 diesel, and two electric locomotives; and more than 40 other pieces of rolling stock. 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.
The museum operates a heritage railroad called the North Shore Scenic Railroad.
The museum is housed in the former Duluth Union Depot, now the Saint Louis County Heritage and Arts Center's Historic Union Depot. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the depot also houses the Duluth Art Institute, Duluth Playhouse, the Duluth-Superior Symphony Orchestra, and the Saint Louis County Historical Society.
Locomotive: Duluth, Missabe and Iron Range No. 227
Locomotive: Duluth and Northeastern No. 28
Locomotive: Duluth and Northern Minnesota No. 14
Locomotive: Minnesota Steel No. 7
Locomotive: Northern Pacific No. 1 "Minnetonka"
Locomotive: Northern Pacific No. 2435
Locomotive: Soo Line No. 2719
Locomotive: St. Paul and Pacific No. 1 "William Crooks"
Locomotive: Hanna Iron Mining No. 307
Locomotive: Milwaukee Road No. 10200
Locomotive: Carris No. 530
Locomotive: Soo Line No. 2500
Locomotive: Soo Line No. 700
Locomotive: Soo Line No. 320
Locomotive: Duluth, Missabe and Iron Range No. 193
Locomotive: Duluth, Missabe and Iron Range No. 316
Locomotive: Great Northern No. 192
Locomotive: Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic No. 101
Locomotive: Erie Mining Company No. 4211
Locomotive: Erie Mining Company No. 4222
Locomotive: Erie Mining Company No. 7243
Locomotive: Copper Range Railroad No. 200
Locomotive: Oliver Iron Mining No. 900
Locomotive: Hallett Dock Company No. 11
Locomotive: Northern Pacific No. 3617
Lake Superior Railroad Museum Overview
Location: 506 W. Michigan St., Duluth, Minnesota
Coordinates: 46.7814°N 92.1039°W
Type: Railroad museum
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