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Located just by the border of Montana and Wyoming, the Northeast Entrance Station to Yellowstone National Park in Park County, Montana is a log building full of history and charm. Its rustic design made it humble and appealing, making it a pristine example of its kind.

The Northeast Entrance Station used to be one of the many rustic designed buildings built by the National Park Service. It was built in 1935 after the NPS Branch of Plans and Design plan by George Larkin, a Gardiner, Montana native. It is the last building of its kind that is still in the National Park System.

The Northeast Entrance Station was built with a residence/ranger station nearby. However, the main structure is the only one declared as a National Historic Landmark in 1987.
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