Wild West


The story of Conway, 50 miles from the Canadian border in northeastern North Dakota, is really the story of a railroad’s ties to a community. The town owes its existence to the Great Northern Railway, which wanted a convenient grain-loading depot on the far northern Plains. A prior settlement named Eden, founded in 1882, failed to take root. Regardless, two years later the Great Northern optimistically built

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