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The Lake Superior Railroad Museum (LSRM) is located in the Historic Duluth Union Depot. The museum claims to house “the finest collection of Railroad Equipment in the country.” I haven’t visited every railroad museum in the country, but I’ve visited quite a few, and this is the best one I’ve seen. According to the LSRM webpage, the museum began as a local project in 1973 and has grown into one of the largest and most respected railway museums in the US. The museum focuses on railroading in the Lake Superior region.
I could tell you a little bit more about the museum, but I’ll stop with this: if you are ever in Duluth, Minnesota, plan on spending a couple hours in at LSRM.
Now, if you didn’t skip to the participant galleries at the first instance of “railroad,” then you’re probably here for the trains. Let’s do that.
I have included my observations, impressions and some facts in the captions. To read the full captions, click on any picture in the gallery to enter the slide show. The captions may not be fully visible. If you’re interested, click on the little ‘i’ in a circle. I believe, once you click on that, the captions will stay visible throughout the show.
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