In Duluth 150 years ago, the Lake Superior & Mississippi Railroad began daily passenger service between the newly minted Zenith City and St. Paul, with LS&M president William Banning hosting dignitaries in a specially outfitted train on the trip from the state capital to the Zenith City. The coming of the Jay Cooke’s railroads, the LS&M and the Northern Pacific, was perhaps the most important element of Duluth’s early success. Read more about the LS&M’s early years in Duluth: Zenithcity-the-lake-superior-mississippi-railroad-begins-daily-service
Whether you are looking for a short trip to Lester River or a leisurely ride up the north shore to Two Harbors, the North Shore Scenic Railroad is your one-stop shop for train lovers one and all.
Train excursions on the North Shore Scenic Railroad are operating this summer, and available 7-days-a-week! Trains have reduced capacities and social distancing, reservations are strongly recommended. Daytime short rides, and evening longer excursions that include dinner, all starting at the St. Louis County Depot. Learn more and get tickets at: www.DuluthTrains.com
Heading Northbound on the North Shore Scenic Railroad tonight.
Posted by North Shore Scenic Railroad on Friday, August 21, 2020
All Aboard: Train excursions on the North Shore Scenic Railroad also depart daily from the Lake Superior Railroad Museum. See the trains, then ride the trains! Lots of excursion options can be found at DuluthTrains.com