Locomotive Inn

Address: 310 South First Avenue, Laurel, Montana, 59044, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 310 South First Avenue, Laurel, is near Beartooth Pass.
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Travel Blogs from Laurel

Give Me a Home, Where the Buffalo Roam

A travel blog entry by mccormick3 on Jun 30, 2015

5 comments, 7 photos

... I panicked because our KOA was only a few miles away.  Would this be one of those moments were the campsite was so run down and uninhabitable that we would laugh in the future while being completely disappointed at the moment?  We exited the highway, made a few turns through trailer park residences and then landed in an oasis adjacent to the river with a steep cliff as the natural back drop.  The park was immaculate with plenty of ...

Independence Day 4th July

A travel blog entry by valerie7 on Jul 04, 2014

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An early start today. Headed for Little Big Horn National monument, and saw the actual place of Custer's Last Stand. There are small white tombstones showing where soldiers dropped and were killed. A ranger gave a really interesting presentation of what happened on that spot. Lunch at Gillette ...Walmart and other shops there, but John and I went to McDonalds. Watched the movie Dances With Wolves as ...

Little Big Horn battle field

A travel blog entry by west2013 on Jun 13, 2013

4 comments, 5 photos

... for that advice. We decided first to see Custer's Last Stand
Monument in Montana.
It was interesting to see where actual history was made. There was
a lot of grave markers here and there randomly over the
countryside. They were buried right where they fell. We had to drive to see other places there,
to understand the battle and what ...

Badlands and prairie dogs

A travel blog entry by msheila on May 04, 2013

1 comment, 6 photos

... deer and a coyote.
Then continued on the I-94 into Montana. We drove quite a few miles today in order to get closer to Yellowstone N.P. but had a few stops for lunch and driver changes. We passed near the town of Custer, not far from the Big Horn battlefield, where Custer and 276 cavalrymen made their last stand. Also stopped at Pompey ...

Westward Ho !

A travel blog entry by travelwithnj on May 15, 2012

14 photos

... 1876. Even though the Indians won the battle, they later lost the war,
which ended their independent, nomadic way
of life.

Our
first stop was the Visitor Center. It was small, but well done. We were able to
watch a video about the events that had happened here. We did tour the
battlefield in our RV's. -- the route
was about five miles long. Just seeing the rugged countryside and trying to
envision the battle ...