Neeko and Rylee Ferguson watch their grandmother Julia Ferguson drive a combine near Cartersville.
Karl Morledge skis with his grandson across the icy lake near Alpine, actually a small group of private cabins.
Frank Hartman gazes at the old schoolyard in Horton; his father, the town's last resident, was killed by a train a year before the town was erased from the map.
The community of Flatwillow preserved the old hall and began hosting annual community dances like those of the hall's heyday.
Frank Hartman walks by old farm equipment in Horton.
Seen through a knothole in an old structure, the sun sets on the remnants of Vananda, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and has kept its place on the map despite being uninhabited.
A few families still farm near the town of Fergus.
Julia Ferguson drives a combine near the town of Cartersville, a former stop on the Milwaukee Railroad.
A handful of families call Christina home, where a red barn with the words "Christina, Montana" marks its existence.
One of the few remaining structures in Moorhead.
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