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Plevna, Montana on MontanaPictures.Net  (Page one of three)

Picture panorama of Plevna Montana.
       70407 Plevna, Montana        (Please scroll to the right to see the view.)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         
       Click here to see the view from the Plevna Senior Center      Click here to see a close up of the old Hepperle Gas Station on Highway 12.    Here is another view.    Prior to the 1940's, Plevna has had four grain elevators.  Click here to see the last two Plevena grain elevators.       The privately owned train depot is still being used.         Click here to walk down Main Street.       Click here to see the two-story town hall.  For years, it was considered to be the largest dance hall in western North Dakota & eastern Montana.
       On 7/27/08 "C." wrote "The gas station was owned and operated by Wilmer Huber. Henry Losing ran a mechanic shop in the garage to the right.
       I used to clean the restrooms for a pop and a candy bar."
      The name "Plevna" in the Russian language means "City of Churches."  Originally, the Milwaukee Railroad chose to call the new station "Edina."
      Many Bulgarians worked on the Milwaukee Railroad when it was built, and officials of the Milwaukee approved the workers' choice of
      the name "Plevna."   Plevna, Bulgaria, was a historical site where the Russians were engaged in a great battle with the Turks. (1877)
      Beginning in 1765, German farmers migrated from Hess, (Hesse-Darmstadt) Germany to the Volga River area north of Volgograd (Stalingrad) Russia.
      One hundred years later, they migrated to the Great Plains of America and eastern Montana.
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 Little Plevna, Montana is still a "City of Churches" click here to see why

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