The Remains of Munster Schoolhouse
This burned-out shell of Munster schoolhouse is all that remains of a town that never really was. Munster was a Great Northern Railroad loading station, established in 1912. There was a grain elevator, and this school. The grain elevator was torn down some years ago.
You can see a 2009 photo of the school before it burned on this Flickr page, and compare it to Terry’s first photo below which is from a similar angle. Another North Dakota place which will soon be only a memory.
Photos by Troy Larson and Terry Hinnenkamp, copyright Sonic Tremor Media LLC