3 Rare Photos Taken During The Dakota Thunder Construction That Will Simply Astound You

One of North Dakota’s iconic roadside attractions is Dakota Thunder, a towering buffalo sculpture that was named the world’s largest. You have probably seen it, even if just in photos. But what you probably haven’t seen is what it looked like in the time of its construction. Luckily, there are a handful of rare images that show what building the huge monument looked like from inside out. Take a look:

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You can visit the World’s Largest Buffalo yourself at 500 17th St SE, Jamestown, ND 58401, at the National Buffalo Museum. Click here for more information about the museum

North Dakota has luckily been well documented with photography over the years to show just how much things have changed compared to a century ago.

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