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Lost and Found Montana: Cartersville

Video - March 18, 2013 by Jeremy Lurgio
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Photographer Jeremy Lurgio unexpectedly finds that life carries on in Cartersville, a small Montana town whose name was struck from official state highway maps in 2000.

Note: This story is part of a special HCN magazine issue devoted to travel in the West.

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