Saint Paul & Duluth Railroad Company

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The Saint Paul and Duluth Railroad was a successor to the Lake Superior and Mississippi Railroad, which was incorporated in 1863. Completed in 1870, the LS&MR; established the very first service between Duluth and Minneapolis/St. Paul and was the eastern terminus of the Northern Pacific Railroad, which linked the Great Lakes and the Mississippi River. The LS&MR; was a victim of the panic of 1873, and defaulted on its bonds. It was reorganized in 1877 as the Saint Paul and Duluth Railroad, and eventually absorbed by the Northern Pacific in 1900.

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Saint Paul & Duluth Railroad Company

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