One of our favorite fall getaways — Duluth and the North Shore of Minnesota. Here's a game plan to get the most out of your time there: http://www.midwestliving.com/travel/minnesota/duluth/fall-getaway-to-duluth-minnesota
The gateway to the 154-mile-long North Shore Scenic Byway, Duluth stands out with its Canal Park neighborhood, miles of lakeside trails and quality dining: http://www.midwestliving.com/travel/minnesota/duluth/two-day-getaway-to-duluth/ #duluth #minnesota #northshore
Duluth, Minnesota, had two inclined railways. The most well known was the ’7th Avenue West Incline’ (1891-1939). But there was another incline which is not known by many people. It was the Belt Line Incline Railway (1889-1917). The bottom station was located at 61st avenue and Grand avenue and the top station at Bayview, Vinland street. Today a power line marks the location of the old cable railway.