Sneak Peek: Soo Line Passenger Station

The 1902 Duluth Public Library photographed ca. 1910 by Clarence F. Sager. [Image: Dale Johnson]

This week’s sneak peek at our newest bookDuluth’s Grand Old Architecture 1870–1940 by Tony Dierckins and Maryanne C. Norton—was the last train station  built in Duluth when it was constructed in 1910. By then Duluth had so many rail lines between Rice’s Point and what is now Canal Park that the railroad had to blast a tunnel beneath Point of Rocks to get to the station! Read our history of Soo Line Passenger Station from Duluth’s Grand Old Architecture here.

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