Lunds Valley, ND
Inhabited as of 5/10
Lunds Valley is one of those towns where we showed up a little too late. There is one original building still standing, plus the grain elevator. Lunds Valley was a rural post office and the population of the town never exceeded 100.
Lunds Valley is sometimes spelled as one word, Lundsvalley.
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Terry’s photo of this elevator is featured on the dustjacket cover of our first book, Ghosts of North Dakota, Volume 1.
This is the remains of the former Lunds Valley school, destroyed by fire. See what it looked like before it burned.
The sidewalk in front of this foundation is the only one in Lunds Valley that hasn’t crumbled.
See also: More Lunds Valley
All photos by Troy Larson and Terry Hinnenkamp, copyright Sonic Tremor Media LLC