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  • Balfour, North Dakota

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    By / November 12, 2014 / Balfour, ND

    We visited Balfour in November of 2014, nine years after our first visit, to get some photos of all the things we missed the first time. We actually tried to revisit Balfour in 2012, but a road construction crew had traffic at a complete stop on Highway 52, complicating our travel schedule, and we decided… [read more]

  • Niagara, North Dakota

    Niagara, North Dakota

    By / May 8, 2014 / Niagara, ND

    Niagara, North Dakota is just off US Highway 2, not quite forty miles west of Grand Forks. It was founded in 1882 by settlers from Niagara County, New York. According to the 2010 Census, Niagara has 53 residents. Niagara has a nice historical complex in their town square. Just as we pulled into town, the… [read more]

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    Kathryn, ND

    By / July 9, 2012 / Kathryn, ND

    Kathryn is a beautiful little town in Barnes county, nestled perfectly into the landscape of the Sheyenne River Valley. It is more of a small town than a near-ghost town with a population of 57, but with an abundance of abandoned places and other photo opportunities. There’s a nice little bar in Kathryn and one… [read more]

  • Pingree, North Dakota

    Pingree, ND

    By / May 13, 2012 / Pingree, ND

    Pingree is a small town in Stutsman County, northwest of Jamestown. ¬†According to the 2010 Census, Pingree is home to 60 residents. ¬†Pingree was founded in 1881 and reached a peak population of 268 residents in 1920. We didn’t have plans to visit Pingree, but we saw a few photo opportunities from the highway and… [read more]

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    Marmarth, ND

    Slope County Inhabited as of 5-07 Marmarth, ND is a Badlands town in Slope County in the extreme southwest corner of the state. Marmarth is one of the more populous towns we’ve photographed with 130 people according to the 2010 Census, but minimum conveniences. Marmarth has lost 190 residents since 1960. There’s an exhilarating old… [read more]

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