Minneapolis Reuses the Railroad
January 27 @ 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Until the 1970s, large swaths of Minneapolis were devoted to railroad use — depots, switching yards, freight houses, and shop facilities. Much of that has disappeared, along with the industry that depended on the railroads. Historian Aaron Isaacs takes us on a tour of the city showing what was here before and what has replaced it.