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Stations and Depots : United States

Railroad stations, depots and structures in the United States. Many of these are museums or tourist railways, a few are still in revenue service, others are businesses. Most, but not all, are open to the public in some manner.

There are 188 links in this category

Michigan - Houghton County Historical Museum
Lake Linden, MI - The Houghton County Historical Museum Complex in Lake Linden was once the site of the largest copper milling operation in North America. Today, it is home to our Museum, and also to the Lake Linden & Torch Lake Railroad, the one room Traprock Valley School House, the WPA era Leo Chaput Log Cabin and the Perl Merrill Research Center (which is our archives and genealogical facility). The HCHS Heritage Center, a former Congregational Church building built in 1887, is just around the corner.

We are located on M-26 in Lake Linden, in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The Museum building offers three floors of exhibits of local Copper Country mining, logging and cultural history. Included among the outdoor exhibits is a working Calumet & Hecla Mining Co. train with a 3’ gauge Porter steam engine that was used to transport various materials at their mill and smelter sites. The steam train is now used for passenger tours and interpretation of the milling operation.

Info: URL: http://www.houghtonhistory.org/ (Added: 2-Dec-2016)
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Michigan - Michigan Central Station
Detroit, MI - Nothing symbolizes Detroit’s grandiose rise and spectacular fall like Michigan Central Station. No other building exemplifies just how much the automobile gave to the city of Detroit — and how much it took away.

For 75 years, the depot shipped Detroiters off to war, brought them home, took them on vacation and sent them off to visit Grandma. It was Detroit’s Ellis Island, where many generations of Detroiters first stepped foot into the city for factory jobs. It was filled with the sounds of hellos and goodbyes, panting locomotives and screeching wheeled steel. But for nearly twenty-five years now, it has been a place for vandals, thrill-seekers, junkies and the homeless. The only sounds to be heard are the hissing of cans of spray paint, the clicks and whirs of camera shutters and the slow drips of water through holes in the roof. Wind whistling through broken windows has replaced the deep-throated whistles of trains.

Info: URL: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michigan_Central_Station (Added: 30-Sep-2000)
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Michigan - Saginaw Railway Museum
Saginaw, MI - The Saginaw Valley Railroad Historical Society, Inc. is a non-profit organization founded in 1982 to preserve and display to the public, artifacts and information which is significant to the history of American railroading. This Historical Society is headquartered in the Saginaw Railway Museum, a restored 1907 Pere Marquette depot that stood in Hemlock, Michigan until it was moved to Saginaw in 1983. There is an HO scale model train display in the basement, operated by the Society.
Info: URL: https://www.facebook.com/saginawrailwaymuseum/ (Added: 31-Dec-2006)
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Michigan - Saline Railroad Depot
Saline, MI - The Saline Railroad Depot, with its freight house, telegraph, and passenger facilities, served as a crucial link in the economic transformation that took place between Saline's rural hinterlands and the outside world.

Although all the original surrounding buildings have been removed, the Depot still stands on its original site. During its heyday, the complex consisted of a depot building, storage barn, wool barn, livestock pens, loading facilities, water storage tank and outdoor bathroom.

The Depot Museum is open year round on Saturdays for browsing and for guided tours. Visitors will see a station agent's room, freight room, furnished caboose, and livery barn. A restored Eclipse Windmill is on the property. Regular hours are 11:00-3:00 and by appointment.

Info: URL: http://www.salinehistory.org/depot-museum (Added: 17-Nov-2016)
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Michigan - St. Johns Grand Trunk Depot
St. Johns, MI - The mission of the Clinton Northern Railway is to preserve the history of the railroad and its impact on small town America at the turn of the century and beyond.

Our Historic Grand Trunk Depot not only serves as the museum building, it also holds significant historical impact on the railway in St.Johns.

Info: URL: http://clintonnorthernrailway.org/ (Added: 2-Dec-2016)
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Minnesota - Duluth, Minnesota's Historic Union Depot
Duluth, MN - Housed in Duluth, Minnesota's Historic Union Depot, the Lake Superior Railroad Museum works in conjunction with the North Shore Scenic Railroad to offer one of the richest historic experiences in railroading available anywhere.

The beautiful French Chateauesque building was completed in 1892 and was a bustling hub of activity for much of the 20th century. In 1910, seven railroads dispatched over 50 trains a day from Duluth.

Our collection of railroad equipment is the finest in the midwest, featuring steam, diesel and electric locomotives, passenger cars, freight cars, dining cars and specialty equipment used by logging and mining industries.

Along with the trains on display inside the museum is Depot Square, a 3/4 scale recreation of Duluth's downtown in 1910. It is claimed that this area had more millionaires per capita than any state in the nation at the turn of the century.

Info: URL: http://www.lsrm.org/ (Added: 17-Nov-2016)
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Minnesota - End-O-Line Railroad Park and Museum
Currie, MN - Explore Southwest Minnesota's Railroad Heritage. End-O-Line Railroad Park and Museum, collects, preserves, and interprets the early history of Currie and the Shetek area and its 20th Century railroad history, including the Currie manually operated turntable and depot. People of all ages and backgrounds can learn about Currie's history through narratives, programming, exhibits, and publications.
Info: URL: http://www.endoline.com/ (Added: 13-Nov-2016)
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Minnesota - Milwaukee Road Heritage Center
Montevideo, MN - Milwaukee Road Heritage Center is preserving the Milwaukee Road history in Montevideo through it's extensive displays of railroad equipment and it's working railroad yard with turntable. The only working Milwaukee Road Turntable in existance!
Info: URL: http://www.montevideomrhc.org (Added: 19-Jan-2009)
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Minnesota - Minnehaha Depot
Minneapolis, MN - The Minnehaha Depot, or "Princess" depot, is a jewel of days gone by on the Milwaukee Road railway. Formerly a bustling transportation hub, the Minnehaha Depot is located along modern day Highway 55 in South Minneapolis, in Minnehaha Park.

The depot is owned by the Minnesota Historical Society and operated by the Minnesota Transportation Museum.

Info: URL: http://transportationmuseum.org/ (Added: 25-Oct-2016)
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Minnesota - Two Harbors Duluth and Iron Range Depot Museum
Two Harbors, MN - The Duluth and Iron Range Depot is a two-story, 110’ x 44’ brick building erected in 1907. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Depot is a significant historic property as it is the past headquarters and corporate offices for the Duluth and Iron Range Railroad and thus played a vital role in the development of the region and the iron ore industry throughout Minnesota. It served passenger and freight needs until 1961. In addition to housing the Depot Museum the building is also the home of the Lake County Historical Societies administrative offices, archive storage and the new Judge William Scott Library (a work in progress).

The Depot Museum features exhibits that reflect the development of Lake County with special emphasis placed on the big three industries; iron mining and the railroad, timber, and commercial fishing.

Info: URL: http://lakecountyhistoricalsociety.org/museums/view/depot-museum (Added: 2-Dec-2016)
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