Walsh County, North Dakota


Ops, North Dakota (Historic)
Type: Soo Line Railroad Station built in 1900’s
Township: Ops Township
Location: SW 1/4 Sec. 21-155-54
Disappeared From Maps: 1950’s

OPS: This was a Soo Line Railroad station built in the early 1900’s in SW ¼ Sec. 21-155-54, Ops Twp., about six miles west of Forest River. It was named for its township, which was named for the Roman goddess of plenty and fertility, who was the wife of Saturn and lived on earth to protect agriculture. Three grain elevators were here in 1910, but the site did not develop beyond that and disappeared from maps in the 1950’s. 2 (1,2,3,5,18,75)(pg 146).

Events Calendar
  • Events are coming soon, stay tuned!
Become a Member
  • Be involved in conserving the past for future generations.
  • Share your love of genealogical research.
  • Join as a family and teach your children the importance of the past.
  • Get involved in community activities.
  • CLICK HERE to become a member!
Contact Us
Please select a valid form
Seeking Your Family History
The WCHS would like to create an online extension of the Walsh Heritage 4-volume biographies If you would like to add your Walsh County family to this publication...CLICK HERE!

Home | Contact | Links

Copyright © 2013. All Rights Reserved.