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Osceola & St. Croix Valley Railway

The Jackson Street Roundhouse

Check out the Osceola Choo Choo Specials

Make it a full day or weekend in historic Osceola. Show your train ticket at participating businesses and get Choo-Choo Specials, for discounts and promotions. Click on the Button below to check them out. (Supported by Travel Wisconsin)

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The Minnehaha Depot is now open every Sunday from 1 PM to 5 PM

The Minnesota Transportation Museum is pleased to announce the reopening
of the historic Minnehaha (Princess) Depot at Minnehaha Park in Minneapolis. The depot has been closed for more than a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Princess is now open every Sunday afternoon through Labor Day..

James J Hill's A-18 Private Passenger Car returns home to St. Paul and the MTM Roundhouse

Check out this article from about the arrival of this one of a kind piece of railroad history

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We were on Twin Cities Live

The Minnesota Transportation Museum and Osceola & St. Croix Valley Railway were recently featured on KSTP Channel 5 Twin Cities Live. Check it out

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Please help support the Osceola and St. Croix Valley Railway and Minnesota Transportation Museum today more than ever before. COVID-19 has created an unprecedented financial challenge and the future of the railway requires donations to make certain we are here to provide you with train rides for next season and beyond. The CARES Act passed by Congress offers tax advantages for philanthropic support to nonprofits during this challenging time. Please click on the button to make a donation, and accept the gratitude of all of MTM’s volunteers.

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MNHS Grant Supports Next Phase for Pullman Project

 The Minnesota Historical Society has awarded MTM a Legacy Grant in the amount of $10,000 to conduct the next phase of work on the long-awaited Pullman-Porter project. The funds will be used for community engagement around the project, and to invite community members to review, evaluate and contribute to the historical accuracy of the proposed…

Where Trains Live!!

Minnesota Transportation Museum is a non-profit organization that collects, preserves, interprets and operates historic railroad equipment along with other artifacts in order to tell the story of transportation history through unique attractions and engaging experiences.


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Funding has been provided to the Minnesota Transportation Museum from the Minnesota Humanities Center thanks to the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) as part of the 2020 Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act.

*Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this post do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.