Americinn Of Red Wing
1819 OLD W MAIN, Red Wing, MN 55066
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T B Sheldon Auditorium, Red Wing, Minnesota 2008
a nice old Victorian
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Red Wing Iron Works
Dating from 1866, this is the oldest surviving industrial building in Red Wing. Built on the waterfront, at the corner of Levee and Bush Streets, the Iron Works Building originally houses a foundry operated by the Densmore brothers. Nowadays it is rather more upscale.
The Mighty Mississippi
The Mississippi is an integral part of Red Wing. Most of the shoreline is public space and in the summertime it is a nice place to sit a spell and watch the barges, houseboats and speed boats pass on by.
Highway 61 begins at the Canadian border (actually the Canadians call it 61 up to Thunder Bay), hugs the Lake Superior shoreline through Duluth, traverses the eastern part of Minnesota through St. Paul, meets up with the Missippi at Red Wing, and meanders along with the Mississippi all the way to St. Louis.
Highway 61 is the main street in Red Wing.
Christ Episcopal Church
This is one of the oldest structures in the Historic Mall District, dating back to 1871. The church is in the Gothic Revival style, and employs locally quarried limestone.
Located in the block between East and West Avenues, Third and Fourth streets.
A.B. Hawley House (Moondance Inn)
The Hawley House dates from 1874 and features a dramatic and pleasant front porch that extends the entire width of the house. (Hawley was a prominent local physician; maybe he liked his patients to get plenty of air.)
Presently the Hawley House is home to the Moondance Inn, a nice bed and breakfast.
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