To our railroading family, we share this announcement.
Congratulations to the East Broad Top Railroad.
Osceola & St. Croix Valley Railway, a non-profit operating venture of the Minnesota Transportation Museum, operates late Spring, Summer & Fall, with tourist trains, railroad history, Brunch & Dinner Trains, even a Pumpkin Express in fall.
Minnesota Transportation's Osceola & St Croix Railway operates historic train rides and charters for the benefit of those interested in fun, travel, adventure and history.
114 Depot Road
|Saturday||09:00 - 17:00|
|Sunday||09:00 - 17:00|
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It all started when a group of trolley fans decided to save an old Twin Cities Lines trolley car, then saved other equipment from the railroads, old passenger coaches, baggage cars, a Railway Post Office, more street cars, overhauled the North Pacific #328 (the Stillwater Locomotive) and fired that up, acquired donated equipment from the Great Northern, and its descendent line, the Burlington Northern, saved the “Casey Jones” locomotive #2156 from being scrapped, took over the rail line to Stillwater, helped in salvaging and restoring the Lake Minnetonka Steamboat, even got into restoring and running old TCL transit buses. Today, the Minnesota Transportation Museum operates the “Princess Depot” in Minnehaha Park, runs city tours in a small fleet of Twin Cities Lines buses, operates the Osceola & St Croix Valley Railway & the Osceola & St Croix Dinner Train, and works with several other transportation oriented museums in the region to present the social and industrial history of Minnesota and the American Midwest. We present our regional history, while enjoying the ride, and we invite you to join us. All Aboard!