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    Orchard Gardens depot in Burnsville, Minnesota on the Dan Patch Line (later known as the Minneapolis Northfield & Southern.) Connecting Northfield and Minneapolis, the line carried produce from rural Dakota County to urban markets. When Orchard Gardens in Burnsville was platted in 1910, this small depot was added for the area's passengers. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979, NRHP Reference # 79001222.

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      Orchard Gardens depot in Burnsville, Minnesota on the Dan Patch Line (later known as the Minneapolis Northfield & Southern.) Connecting Northfield and Minneapolis, the line carried produce from rural Dakota County to urban markets. When Orchard Gardens in Burnsville was platted in 1910, this small depot was added for the area's passengers. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979, NRHP Reference # 79001222.

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