Valley City, ND — a town of 6,585 may not seem like it has a lot to say. But the architecture, people, and culture beg to differ.
The Sheyenne River runs through the heart of the city, whips around City Park and stretches out of sight.
The gateway from Downtown into City Park.
Wagon wheels — a token to a lost, pioneering past.
Downtown living, with decades and decades of textures, dirt, and warmth.
A house so perfect, it seemed out of place.
One too many roads, one too many snowy Winters equate to one forgotten memory.
Sitting alone has never been so lonely.
A staple of the gorgeous architecture in Valley City. The plantation home reminisces to a time once known.
Somewhere to read. Somewhere to ponder. And somewhere to eat.
Pride runs deep through the people of Valley City.
A staple of the community, a staple of our time. The Hi-Line Bridge, one of Valley City’s most valued treasures.
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