102 Rogers Lane, Livingston, Montana, 59047, United States
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Does Anybody Live in Livingston?
Hi Livingston, Montana, looking for someone who lives there and knows the town and area, plan on relocating and would love to chat. Wayne
Re: Does Anybody Live in Livingston?
Yes, lots of us live here (born and raised) and frankly we don't really like all the attention that Livingston gets. It's tough to make a living here, the railroad is in decline, and so is Ag and logging (the major industries). Now just about the only jobs avaialble are in the service or tourist industyr, which is really low paying. So the landscape may be beautiful to look at, but it doesn't pay the bills.
Re: Re: Does Anybody Live in Livingston?
Marty, lots of people in the town but not on VT. I don't know what happened to Wayne (the guy that posted the original question,) havent heard from him in awhile, I wonder if he made it to Livingston.
Anyway, welcome to VT.
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"Livingston/The Livingston Depot Center"
Livingston was a very nice town and I enjoyed my stay there. It is located at the intersection of Interstate 90 and US Highway 89, in Southern Montana. I stayed here for two nights while I was touring Yellowstone National Park. Livingston is the county seat of Park County and has a population of about 8000. Livingston is worth a visit, even if you are not going to Yellowstone.
Pictured here is the Livingston Depot Center. It was built in 1902 using the Italianate style of architecture and was used by the North Pacific Railroad as its northern access to Yellowstone National Park. Today it is a highly rated museum.
"Yellowstone Gateway Museum"
Another very nice museum in Livingston is the Yellowstone Gateway Museum. It contains an extensive collection of items showing the history of the area and Yellowstone National Park.
"Lewis and Clark"
The Lewis and Clark Expedition passed this way on their way back from their 1804 to 1806 trip to find a route to the Pacific Ocean. There is a nice park dedicated to Sacajawea, their guide, and a monument to Lewis and Clark.
Visiting Livingston, Montana
Livingston is a wonderful place to visit. If the job market was more available, it would be a great place to live as well. Livingston is the Gateway to Yellowstone country. You can access the North and West entrances to the Yellowstone National Park with a short drive from Livingston (60 to 90 miles) This may seem a lot of driving; however the scenery you pass through makes the trip not long enough. The people of Livingston is the main reason I love the city. The locals treat you as family and are always there to help. I have even been given true fishing tips. Which every avid fishermen knows that true fishing tips are not given away lightly. Livingston is home to a Northern Pacific Railway depot. Recently, the Montana Railway has reactivated the passenger rails, and you can take a 1, 3, or even 7 day rail tour through the Big Sky Country. You can start, end or even catch the tour in the middle of the trip right from Livingston. I could go on forever about Livingston; however, I won't. All I can say to any outdoor enthusiast, you must go, see and do it in Livingston, Montana.
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Address: 102 Rogers Lane, Livingston, Montana, 59047, United States