Winona, Minnesota depot built by the  Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific (Milwaukee Road) in 1888 in response to C&NW's large three story station in downtown Winona. The new station was smaller, but it had many perks including a baggage room attached by a roof to protect passengers. Amtrak's daily Empire Builder, originally owned by Great Northern which also had a station in Winona, uses the depot now. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2013, NRHP Ref #…

Winona, Minnesota train station built by the Milwaukee Road in Now used by Amtrak - Eastlake Stick Style architecture OL

Pickwick Mill, built from 1856 to 1858 by Thomas Grant and Wilson Davis and is one of the oldest water powered gristmills in southeast Minnesota, Winona, MN.

Pickwick Mill, built from 1856 to 1858 by Thomas Grant and Wilson Davis and is one of the oldest water powered gristmills in southeast Minnesota, Winona, MN.

Architectural Details In Winona, Minnesota

Winona has a rich history as an upper Mississippi River town. Steamboats, lumber and flour mills, railroads

Chapel of Saint Mary of the Angels Winona, MN

Chapel of Saint Mary of the Angels Winona, MN

Bandstand, Winona, MN

Bandstand, Winona, MN: who needs bands! This was the best place EVER to play Barbies!

College of St. Teresa Winona Minnesota Postcard

West campus, College of St. Teresa postcard in Winona, Minnesota…

College of St. Teresa, Winona, MN, Sisters of Saint Francis of the Congregation of Lourdes, 1907-1989

College of St. Teresa, Winona, MN, Sisters of Saint Francis of the Congregation of Lourdes,

Windom Park, Winona, MN - Named after William Windom, Great Grandfather of the acclaimed actor

Windom Park, Winona, MN - Named after William Windom, Great Grandfather of the acclaimed actor

Something haunted in Winona, Minnesota? John lived there for a few years back in the 1960s and taught at St. Teresa’s – not St. Mary’s University, where a postcard of Heffron Hall prompted an investigation into a decade’s old story. Also, in 1989, USA Today named the Heffron Hall Dormitory "Minnesota's Most Legendary Haunted Place."

Something haunted in Winona, Minnesota? John lived there for a few years back in the 1960s and taught at St. Teresa’s – not St. Mary’s University, where a postcard of Heffron Hall prompted an investigation into a decade’s old story. Also, in 1989, USA Today named the Heffron Hall Dormitory "Minnesota's Most Legendary Haunted Place."

Winona coin commemorating the 1965 flooding.

Winona coin commemorating the 1965 flooding.

American Queen at Leeve Park in Winona Mn.

American Queen at Leeve Park in Winona Mn.

Winona, MN Merchants Bank side by army.arch, via Flickr

Winona, MN Merchants Bank side by army.arch, via Flickr

Winona, MN

"Very homey atmosphere. This is a must-visit for anyone in winona!

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