Lake Superior Railroad Museum Steams Into Spring

Crews Re-Position 100-Year-Old Train Cars

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The big train cars are back in motion at the Lake Superior Railroad Museum.

This comes after the cars went dormant for the winter.

Josh Miller, station manager at the North Shore Scenic Railroad, told FOX 21 it’s a big process to move 100-year-old historic train cars.

But Miller said it gives the museum a fresh look and paves the way for train excursions to begin in May.

Check out DuluthTrains.com for more on the train schedule and special events at the Duluth Depot.

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