Unfortunately, we have to do a post like this from time to time. As the years pass, many of the places we’ve photographed also pass… into history. Whether it be the wrecking ball, weathering, or disaster, many of the places we’ve photographed since 2003 are now gone. We documented some of the losses in 10 Lost North Dakota Places and 10 More Lost North Dakota Places, now, unfortunately, here are 8 More Lost North Dakota Places.Continue reading “8 More Lost North Dakota Places”
Bucyrus, North Dakota was decimated by a wind-driven wildfire on October 17th, 2012. Nearly all of Bucyrus was lost in the fire. Thankfully, two dozen residents of Bucyrus were evacuated before the fire and there were no injuries. However, Bucyrus’ residents have lost their homes and possessions.
We spoke with Adams county emergency management and they provided us with the following relief information. Please do what you can to help these families in their recovery effort.
Monetary donations can be sent to:
Bucyrus North Dakota Disaster Relief Fund
c/o Dakota Plains Federal Credit Union
PO Box 1020
Hettinger, ND 58639
To offer other kinds of assistance, please check with:
Bismarck Red Cross
4007 State Street
Bismarck, ND 58503
Adams County Emergency Management:
Bucyrus, ND is along Highway 12 in southwestern North Dakota, east of Bowman. It was founded in 1907 as Wolf Butte, and was also known as Dolan for a time. Bucyrus is just down the road from some other places we’ve visited, like Gascoyne, Haley and Griffin.
US Census Data for Bucyrus
Total Population by Place
1920 – 113
1930 – 124
1940 – 117
1950 – 111
1960 – 60
1970 – 42
1980 – 32
1990 – 22
2000 – 26
2010 — 27
Bucyrus fell victim to a wildfire on October 17th, 2012. The town’s residents were evacuated, but numerous homes were lost to fire.
Photos by Troy Larson and Terry Hinnenkamp, copyright Sonic Tremor Media