Driving into Jamestown on Interstate 94, you will see the world's largest buffalo from the highway. The oversized sculpture is 26 feet high and a tribute to the animals that once roamed the prairie. Jamestown started as a camp for the Northern Pacific Railroad work crew in the late 1880s. The town grew over the years as people began to settle in this valley where the James and Pipestem Rivers meet. Today, when staying at area Jamestown, ND hotels, you can still hear the train whistles echo in the valley.
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