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105 Wilson St

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Two Dot, MT 59085

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Garryowen, MT 59031

3 Division St

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Reed Point, MT 59069

14 S Main St

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Lodge Grass, MT 59050

139 Main St

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Red Lodge, MT 59007

614 Main St

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Grassrange, MT 59032

109 B Highway 212 W

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Gardiner, MT 59030

118 Wolfskill Ave

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Molt, MT 59057

108 Fort Smith Ave

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Saint Xavier, MT 59075

201 Elwell St

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Edgar, MT 59026

120 E Front Ave

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Joliet, MT 59041

1 Highway 314

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Two Dot is a small unincorporated community in west-central Wheatland County, Montana, United States, along the route of U.S. Route 12. The town derived its name from the cattle brand of George R. Wilson (1830-1907), who donated the land for the town. "Two Dot Wilson" had a cattle brand that was simply two dots, placed side by side on the hip of his cattle. The name stuck and the town's name has become somewhat of a Western legend.The town was a station stop on the now-abandoned transcontinental main line of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad ("the Milwaukee Road"), and was the site of one of the substations of the railroad's electrification project. Two Dot was founded in 1900 as a station on the Montana Railroad, local predecessor to the Milwaukee Road. For much of the town's history, two variant spellings of the town's name were in use: "Two Dot," and "Twodot." The "Two Dot" spelling is now generally accepted as being correct, and the name of the town's post office was officially changed from Twodot to Two Dot in 1999.

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