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Midland Continental Depot Transportation Museum Featuring Peggy Lee

~ Wimbledon, North Dakota

Take a trip to Wimbledon for an educational, interactive, and entertaining experience that the whole family will enjoy!  Opened in 2012, the Midland Continental Depot Transportation Museum featuring Peggy Lee is on the National Register of Historic Places and has an ADA accessible bathroom. This is a two story building with access to second floor are stairs. No elevator.


The Wimbledon Community Museum, Inc. invites you to take a step back in time and explore this world-class museum. The MCRR depot is the only remaining depot of the railroad which was to connect Canada to the Gulf Coast. This was the home of Peggy Lee (Norma Egstrom) from 1934-1937, when her father was the depot agent. The depot is filled with exhibits that tell the railroad story, and trace the career of Peggy Lee and her connection to Wimbledon.


Join us annually for Peggy Lee's Birthday May 26 1PM to 4PM for cake, coffee and conversation! Call 701-320-1020 for an appointment to see this World Renown Museum!

Open Year-Round by appointment by calling 701-320-1020!


Admission Free but we welcome donations because we raise our own funding to maintain our museum! The Wimbledon Community Museum, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.


401 Railway St Wimbledon, ND 58492

701-320-1020 or 701-320-9535



One block east of 3rd Avenue South (Main Street). Wimbledon is located on ND Highway 9, 30 miles northeast of Jamestown, 40 miles northwest of Valley City.