106 Old Hwy 61 S, Hinckley, MN
43411 Oodena Dr, Onamia, MN
20 Pacific St SW, Aitkin, MN
12551 Voyageur Ln, Pine City, MN
The Great Hinckley Fire was a major conflagration in the pine-forests of
Minnesota in ... In the town of Hinckley, on Highway 61, the Hinckley Fire
Museum is located in the former Northern Pacific R...
Nonprofit, dedicated to preserving and interpreting the history of the deadly fire
that swept Hinckley in 1894. Hours, ideas on what else to see, summary ...
2016 Hinckley Fire Museum, Inc. A 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization. ... Turn west
on Minnesota Highway 48 (also called Fire Monument Road); Drive six blocks ...
Hinckley Fire Museum. (320) 384-7338 www.hinckleyfiremuseum.com. (Located
on Old Hwy 61, 1 mile west of I-35). The Hinckley Fire Museum interprets the ...
A museum and mass grave recount an awful 19th century disaster in "The Town
Built of Wood."
Hinckley Fire Museum, Hinckley: See 33 reviews, articles, and 7 photos of
Hinckley Fire Museum, ranked No.2 on TripAdvisor among 5 attractions in
Hinckley Fire Museum ... By 1894, Hinckley grew to a population of nearly 1400.
... Two trains, the Eastern Minnesota (a division of the Great Northern) and the ...
Nov 12, 2013 ... Other than a stray tornado or the occasional blizzard, we don't see a ton of
natural disasters in Minnesota. We're too far from the coast to see ...
Jul 13, 2015 ... Hinckley's Fire Museum. Tales of an 1894 inferno that wiped out Minnesota
towns still shock those who hear them. Hinckley Fire Museum.