Home to about 10,000 people, the beautiful town of Havre sits in Northern Montana, less than an hour from the Canadian border. Built mainly to serve as a major railroad center, Havre is the largest city on Montana’s Hi-Line and was incorporated in 1893. But its real story lies beneath its quiet streets.
Montana’s rich and colorful past is certainly worth learning about, and it’s nice to see part of its history preserved this way. Did you know Havre Under the Streets existed? Have you taken the tour?
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