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Wilson Creek

Take this short 2.3-mile, 5-minute loop to see state- and national-register-listed Wilson Creek Citizens Bank, built in 1906 and now a museum and town hall.

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A trade center of stock raisers and dairymen. One-story brick building Wilson Creek Citizens Bank (1906) is located on a corner lot in the center of town. The one-story brick building was vacant and abandoned for decades before its restoration, but it now houses a museum and the town hall. It is listed in the state and national Registers. The lowlands and creek bottoms furnish excellent pasturage. Natural corrals are...

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