The Highline Bridge, built 1906-1908, is 3,860 feet long and 162 feet above the riverbed. It is one of the highest and longest single-track railroad bridges in the nation - not something you would expect to see on the plains of North Dakota.
Hand-hewn 1879 pioneer log cabin. Theodore P. Slattum was one of the largest landowners in Ransom County. He immigrated to Minnesota from Norway in 1870, then moved here in 1879 and built a dugout for temporary living quarters until this cabin could be built. Seven children were raised in this cabin with two dying in early childhood.