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Cat Creek, Montana - Part of the Winnett, Montana Picture Tour (Page eleven of eleven)

 
         60610 Cat Creek, Montana east of  Winnett, Montana. 
         Cat Creek is now an unincorporated community four miles north of Highway 200.
         An estimated 200 to 300 men worked in the early day oil fields.  The community had a
         Post Office, a bunk house for single men, a recreation hall and dozens of tar paper shacks.
         We photographed the leaning community hall even though the sun light was poor because
         we were not sure if the structure would survive another Montana winter.  The building collapsed in 2011.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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