Chaseley was a NPRR railroad town founded in 1902. It was named by Richard Sykes for the estate of an associate in England. It’s peak population was said to be around 125 in 1920.
Our trip to Chaseley was a spur of the moment stop that we hadn’t planned to make, so we took a few photos and moved along to our next location.
Unless we somehow missed it, this home appeared to be gone when we returned in 2017.
The building shown above was used as the grocery store in Chaseley for a time. When we visited in 2017, it looked to be in considerably better shape.
By the time we returned to Chaseley in 2017, the home shown in the photo above was gone.
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Photos by Troy Larson and Terry Hinnenkamp, copyright Sonic Tremor Media LLC
Troy Larson is an author, photographer, gentleman adventurer (debatable) from Fargo, North Dakota, and co-founder of Ghosts of North Dakota. @NorthDakotaTroy