Buckstop Junction is a notable town that was built up to jam the territory's history. Outlined and worked by the Missouri Valley Historical Society to give guests a vibe for the climate of the Missouri River Valley amid the past, the little town is an existence estimate reproduction of the one that goes back to the late 1800s and mid 1900s, with genuine structures that have been moved to the site.
Memorable structures in the town go from an old school building worked in 1906 and the Sterling Depot made in 1885 to the Yegen Store worked in 1877, a 1916 Bethel Lutheran Church and a 1930s Capital Aviation storage. Other early structures to investigate in the town incorporate a bank, post office, barbershop, and ranch exhibition hall, and in addition a few homes of critical townspeople. After your visit, peruse The Vintage Gift Shoppe for memorabilia and collectibles from this intriguing "old" town.