Borrowed Bucks Roadhouse Bar on 3rd Street in Bismarck, North Dakota. The building is listed on the National List of Historic Places.
Marshall Oil Company of Marshall Town, Iowa commenced construction of the original 90×50-foot brick building in August 1911. At the time, Marshall was the country’s largest independent oil distributor. The building served as a store, warehouse, and offices. Sinclair Refining Company later acquired Marshall’s interests in the city, who continued operating out of the building.
During at least the 1970s and 1980s it housed Fargo Paper Company (known today as Cole Papers).
Stamart (now Petro Serve USA)
Located at the busy intersection of Divide Ave and State Street, this was once...
Street Scene: West Main Avenue Near...
West Main Avenue Near 12th Street.
Kirkwood Mall Interior in 2009
Kirkwood Mall drastically changed Bismarck’s retail landscape when Paul Wachter opened it in April...
Kirkwood Tesoro/Amoco (demolished)
Located just northwest of Kirkwood Mall, this service station originally housed an Amoco Standard...
Fore Seasons Golf Dome
One of Bismarck’s most recognized structures, the Fore Seasons Golf Center is located adjacent...