Our Lunds Valley archive is spilling over with stuff we’ve never posted before. These shots were captured in May of 2010 in Lunds Valley, Mountrail County, about 60 miles northwest of Minot.
This grain elevator in Lunds Valley is so photogenic, we featured it on the dustjacket of our first book.
There are several burned out structures in Lunds Valley.
That’s the remains of the school off in the distance in the photo above.
The school was destroyed in a fire and all of the non-flammable artifacts still rest in the tall grass… these sinks; the metal frames from students’ desks.
Photos by Troy Larson and Terry Hinnenkamp, copyright Sonic Tremor Media LLC
2 thoughts on “More Lunds Valley”
The “sink” in the tenth photo from the top is actually urinal. We had one like it in the second floor restroom ofN our high school auditorium in Worthington, Minnesota. The auditorium was saved when the 1915 school was demolished. As far as I know the urinal is still there too. There is another similar one in the basement restroom of the older section of the Antler, ND school.