Lake Superior Railroad Museum
The Lake Superior Railroad Museum is housed in Duluth, Minnesota's Historic Union Depo. The museum works in conjunction with the North Shore Scenic Railroad to offer one of the richest historic experiences in railroading available anywhere.
The depot was completed in 1892 and was a hub of activity for much of the 20th century. In 1910, seven railroads dispatched over 50 trains a day from Duluth. By 1926 nine railroads operated out of Duluth: the Northern Pacific; Great Northern; Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha (the Omaha Road); Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie (the Soo Line); Duluth, Winnipeg & Pacific; Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic; Duluth, Missabe & Northern; Lake Superior Terminal and Transfer; and the Duluth & Iron Range.