COVID-19 Updates from End-O-Line Park
COVID-19 Updates from End-O-Line Park

The Murray County Emergency Management Office has created a new COVID-19 Information page on the county website (murraycountymn.com/covid-19/) that will be updated regularly with county announcements, press releases, preparedness recommendations, and other helpful information.

A great year at End-O-Line Park!
A great year at End-O-Line Park!

By Jakob Etrheim, End-O-Line Railroad Park and Musuem Site Coordinator 2019 was another good year for us at End-O-Line Park. Overall on the year, we had nearly 4,000 visitors to the park. Thank you all who came to the park during our open house in June. This year End-O-Line’s Open…

Closed for the Season
Closed for the Season

End-O-Line Railroad Park & Museum is now closed for the 2019-2020 winter season. The park will be open again by appointment only starting around May 1, 2020 (weather dependent) and regular hours of operation beginning Memorial Day weekend May 23, 2020. For questions or inquiries about End-O-Line Park, contact 507-7637-3708,…

MNOPEDIA Story – Sweetman Catholic Colony
MNOPEDIA Story – Sweetman Catholic Colony

MNOPEDIA Story Check out the following link on Mnopedia – A great source of information about significant people, places, events and things in Minnesota history.   These specific link shared below features Murray County History with a link Currie! Click on the photo below for more information. Sweetman Catholic Colony In 1881, John…

MNOPEDIA Story – Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Turntable
MNOPEDIA Story – Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Turntable

MNOPEDIA Story Check out the following link on Mnopedia – A great source of information about significant people, places, events and things in Minnesota history.   These specific link shared below features Murray County History with a link Currie! Click on the photo below for more information. Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha…

HO Scale Model Railroad Layout gets a tune up!
HO Scale Model Railroad Layout gets a tune up!

Eric Wollan of the Sioux Valley Model Engineers Society of Sioux Falls planting new trees on the HO Model Train at the End O Line Railroad Park and Museum.   This train layout, originally built in 1975 was recently “tuned up” by fellow train enthusiasts!    

Historic Rails
Historic Rails

The rails at the End-O-Line Railroad Park are the ORIGINAL rails!    This one is stamped as 1890!

PLAN YOUR VISIT
PLAN YOUR VISIT

If you want to schedule a special group tour or event, just let us know.   Think ahead and start planning your school trips and book a special tour.    Now taking reservations for the Spring of 2018! PAYMENT OPTIONS: You can now pre-pay your admission or reservation fee online…