Few People Realize How Much Railroad History Is Preserved In The Small Town Of Currie, Minnesota

Currie is a small town in southwestern Minnesota that is, perhaps, best known for its proximity to Lake Shetek State Park, but it’s also home to some of the best-preserved Minnesota railroad history in the Land of 10,000 Lakes. Let’s visit Currie, Minnesota, and explore End-O-Line Railroad Park and Museum.

End-O-Line Railroad Park and Museum is open to the public seasonally in the summer and by appointment during its off-season. Visit End-O-Line’s website for hours and more information about its offerings and exhibits. While you are in the area, be sure to take some time to explore nearby Lake Shetek State Park.

Have you visited End-O-Line Railroad Park and Museum in Currie, Minnesota? What are some other small towns in the North Star State that have preserved their own slices of Minnesota railroad history?

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Address: End-O-Line Railroad Park and Museum, Currie, MN, USA