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Eastedge: Six Years Later ?>

Eastedge: Six Years Later

On our way home from the south-central part of North Dakota, we stopped in Eastedge for a visit — six years to the month after our first trip there. As we mentioned after our first visit, Eastedge has a somewhat haunting history, and the weather was appropriately murky. Is it just a coincidence that when we returned, the weather was again spooky? Eastedge was almost gone when we visited in 2005, and it’s one step closer today. The white house…

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Eastedge Extras

Eastedge, ND is in the Sheyenne River Valley in south-central North Dakota, between I94 and the South Dakota border. It is totally abandoned — a true ghost town. These photos are extras from our archive, taken during a snowstorm on May 1st, 2005.  See the main gallery here. The railroad line is abandoned and unused today. We returned to Eastedge six years later to see how the site had fared. See those photos here. Photos by Troy Larson and Terry…

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The Haunting End of Eastedge, North Dakota ?>

The Haunting End of Eastedge, North Dakota

Eastedge, ND is in south-central North Dakota, between I94 and the South Dakota border. The railroad construction camp that once existed here was named “Eastedge,” a name descriptive of its location on the east edge of the Sheyenne River Valley. Eastedge is near two other places we’ve photographed — Kathryn and Nome. It was May 1st when we visited Eastedge, a date that normally prompts visions of spring sunshine and flowers, but on this day, the weather was unusually cold…

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