Jordan

(Photo caption) The badlands near Jordan occupy a significant part of the Big Open

Jordan is the site of three of the world’s six Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton finds. Located within Garfield County in the heart of eastern Montana, dinosaur tours are the town’s main attraction. Jordan began as a small cow town in the 1890s. 

The post office opened in 1899 with Arthur Jordan as postmaster. The most isolated county seat in the lower 48 states, Jordan is 175 miles from the nearest airport, 85 miles from the closest bus line and 115 miles from the nearest train.

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