Hiawatha (passenger train)

Hiawatha (Passenger Train)

Hiawatha (passenger train)

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The Hiawathas were named passenger trains operated by the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad (also known as the Milwaukee Road), and traveled from Chicago to the Twin Cities in Minnesota. The original train takes its name from The Song of Hiawatha by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. There are a number of Hiawatha-themed names within the city of Minneapolis, the terminus of the original train.


The first Hiawatha trains ran in 1935. By 1947, there were five routes carrying the Hiawatha name:

Twin Cities Hiawatha

The Hiawatha inaugurated service between Chicago and the Twin Cities on May 29, 1935, on a regular, daily 6 hour schedule covering . The first Milwaukee Road Hiawathas were streamlined lightweight trains...
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