Minnesota and International Railway trestle bridge at Blackduck

Log train moving across the trestle bridge near Blackduck, ca. 1968. Photograph Collection, Beltrami County Historical Society, Bemidji.

Minnesota and International Railway trestle bridge, facing southeast

Minnesota and International Railway trestle bridge, facing southeast

Minnesota and International Railway trestle bridge, facing southeast. Photograph by Debra Kellner, ca. 2013. From the photograph collection of the Minnesota State Historic Preservation Office, St. Paul (inventory number BL-BKC-012). Public domain.

Minnesota and International Railway Trestle Bridge, Blackduck

The Minnesota and International railway trestle bridge at Blackduck is historically significant for its method of construction and the length of timber required to span Coburn Creek and the surrounding marsh. It is the longest bridge on the former Minnesota & International Railway (M & I) and widely recognized as the railway’s most difficult bridge-building project.

Animal house at Como Zoo

Animal house at Como Zoo

Animal house, Como Zoo, St. Paul, ca. 1940.

Walker Art Center interior hallway

Walker Art Center interior hallway

An interior hallway of the Walker Art Center. Photograph by Flickr user jpellgen (@1179_jp), June 10, 2017. CC BY-NC-ND 2.0.

Walker Art Center and Minneapolis skyline

Walker Art Center and Minneapolis skyline

The modern and minimalistic exterior of the Walker’s Barnes building viewed against the Minneapolis skyline, June 1, 2009. The 2005 addition by Herzog & de Meuron is visible at right. Photograph by Flickr user Matt. CC BY-SA 2.0.

Cargill Lounge at the Walker Art Center

Cargill Lounge at the Walker Art Center

The Walker Art Center’s Cargill Lounge. Photograph by Wikimedia user Wac-pr, October 2, 2009. GNU free documentation license.

Walker Art Center complex

Walker Art Center complex

The Walker Art Center complex. Photograph by Steve Plattner, August 6, 1975..

Walker Art Center

Walker Art Center

Exterior façade of the Walker Art Center. Photograph by Robert Jacobson, ca. 1960s.

The “new” (1927) Walker Art Museum

The “new” (1927) Walker Art Museum

A postcard depicts the “new” Walker Art Museum, which opened in 1927 on Lowry Hill in Minneapolis.

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