In mid-1880s, a few men began tunneling under downtown Duluth looking for a fortune. Now there’s no trace of their labor under the Point of Rocks, is there?
It started as a rumor, then I heard it over and over–there was an abandoned train tunnel outside Duluth.
In 1910, after three years of digging and blasting, workers finished their giant tunnel from West End right into downtown Duluth. It’s still there, hiding.
125 years after the fire that destroyed it, this early steamboat stop has its underground brought to light.
Superior Entry Lighthouse was built in 1913 and has not been manned since 1970.