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Former Chicago St. Paul Minneapolis & Omaha depot in Savage, Minnesota built in 1880. It was moved to Murphy's Landing heritage park in 1973 and moved back to Savage in 2006 and is now a coffee house and also houses some Dan Patch memorabilia. Click link below for new view


This custom-made garden door created by Great Northern Door Company in Savage, Minnesota makes a huge first impression at this cottage-style lake house built by the Lands End Development company.


"According to a legend of the Chippewa tribe, the lake they once called Gitche Gumee 'never gives up her dead.'" -- Great Lakes: The Cruelest Month, James R. Gaines with Jon Lowell in Detroit, ©1975 Newsweek Magazine -- On November 10, 1975, an ore carrier - the Edmund Fitzgerald - sank in Lake Superior during a November storm, taking the lives of all 29 crew members. Gordon Lightfoot wrote Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald - See