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The Madison County Fairgrounds in Twin Bridges, Montana on MontanaPictures.Net (Page eight of ten)

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          62112   When we first walked into the Madison County Fairgrounds near Twin Bridges, Montana.
          There was something unique about this fairgrounds that was unlike any other Montana fairgrounds.
          Later we learned The Madison County Log Pavillion a.k.a. the "round building"   and the other six log buildings
          are the last remaining fairground log buildings in Montana. The log buildings date back to the W.P.A. (Works Progress Administration.)
          of 1933 to 1942.    In Montana, you can visit Montana courthouses and public buildings that still play a vital role in the community.
          Here is a list of W.P.A. projects in your Montana town.      Remember the Fort Peck Dan Tour?  That was a W.P.A. project.
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          62112   The folks you see here are particiapting in the Senior Pro Rodeo held on June 26 & 27, 2012 in Twin Bridges
          Can you see the Twin Bridges, Montana water tower in the distance?
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