The Great Northern Depot in Wayzata, Minnesota is a depot built by the Great Northern Railway in 1906 to a design in the Tudor Revival style by architect Samuel L. Bartlett. The depot is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. ... National Park Service. Jump up ^ Potter, Janet Greenstein (1996). Great American ...
Samuel L. Bartlett was an American architect who worked in Saint Paul, Minnesota, appointed to the position of architect with the Great Northern Railway in 1905. Several of the lodges and stations Bartlett designed for the Great Northern are listed in the National Register of Historic Places. ... Great Northern Depot, 402 East Lake Street, Wayzata, Minnesota, 1906, ...
Information about Heritage Park at Batson's Corner.
The City of Wayzata is partnering with Minnetonka Community Education to provide recreation and enrichment programs for youth and adults in Wayzata parks ...
Wayzata is best known for its location on Lake Minnetonka, but you'll also find a variety of trails and paths, beautiful gardens and recreation centers here.
Located on scenic Lake Independence, Baker Park Reserve offers 2,700 acres of natural landscape and ... 2309 Baker Park Rd Maple Plain, MN 55359.
If you want to order a printed copy of the parks and trails map, please call Public ... as set forth by the National Recreation and Parks Association guidelines.
Apr 14, 2017 ... Wayzata makes national spotlight with feature role in Coors Light TV ad ... Coors Light TV commercial in Wayzata's Klapprich Park in February 2017. ... to film in Minnesota and especially places like Wayzata, where Target has ...
Wayzata, MN ... her own death in 1972, when she bequeathed it to the Three Rivers Park District as a public garden. ... Norenberg5-MN-RolfAnderson-2013. jpg.