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Little Falls and Dakota Depot

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The Little Falls and Dakota Depot, also called the Starbuck Depot, is a former railway station in Starbuck, Minnesota, United States. It was in service from 1882 to 1982. The depot was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006 for having local significance under the themes of commerce, exploration/settlement, and transportation. It was nominated for its associations with the expansion of rail lines and European settlement into the region, and the growth of Starbuck as an agricultural trade center. The depot was restored beginning in 1986 by the non-profit Starbuck Depot Society, and it is now part of an open-air museum.
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