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NORTH SHORE SCENIC RAILROAD

Passengers rode the North Shore Scenic Railroad from Duluth to Knife River where they were able to buy Christmas trees and wreaths before returning to Duluth.
Tickets are still available for two of the North Shore Scenic Railroad train experiences.
Fourteen putt-putts ran the North Shore Scenic Railroad rails from Two Harbors to Duluth and back Monday.
A collectors' parade will travel from Two Harbors to the Lake Superior Railroad Museum on Monday.

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About 15 retirees and their guests enjoyed a relaxing ride on the North Shore Scenic Railroad on Tuesday.
A new glass-ceiling car and the return of Thomas the Tank Engine give the North Shore Scenic Railroad hope for a banner season.
The North Shore Scenic Railroad's Great Pumpkin Train from Duluth's Depot to the Lakeside neighborhood started Thursday and runs through Sunday, with daily departure times of 10 a.m., 11:20 a.m., 12:50 p.m., 2:20 p.m. and 3:50 p.m. Most seats were already sold out on opening day.
The Duluth Children's Museum, North Shore Scenic Railroad and Duluth Depot reopen to the public July 1-2.
North Shore Scenic Railroad announced Thursday its annual Day Out with Thomas the Tank Engine has been canceled this summer due to COVID-19.
“Safety” is never an overworked term, especially when dealing with the public. Before our world changed, the North Shore Scenic Railroad safely welcomed more than 100,000 guests/passengers a year for fun and educational train rides. We plan to resume operations later this summer.

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While the driver of the car suffered "substantial injuries," no passengers appeared injured as pizza train bound for Two Harbors collided with a two-door hatchback.
The "Sultan of Swat" will make appearances at the North Shore Scenic Railroad and a Huskies game.
With Grandma's Marathon's far-flung, point-to-point course, a train track that runs parallel to the route helps ferry runners from Duluth to Two Harbors.

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