The size of the sculpture is awesome and represents the size and importance of mining well. The miner in the sculpture doesn't look like most miners I have seen in historical photos. There is a nice parking lot at the base of the sculpture. It is not a "rest area", so do not expect a bathroom. Nor is it a "tourist trap", no gift shops. It is simply a sculpture to be admired and to get you thinking about how massively important miners and mining were and are to the Iron Range and Minnesota.
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