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Brookside Farm


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Brookside Farm The Brookside farm (also known as the Gridley-Howe-Faden-Atkins Farmstead), illustrates an historically typical farmstead evolution in Nebraska. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the farmstead is a rare, well preserved collection of buildings and structures which reflect changes in agriculture from timber claim to twentieth century technology and small scale farm diversification.


Address: 1 mi. N of jct. of NE 71 and State St.

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Maginnis Irrigation Aqueduct

The Kimball County Irrigation District Board held its first organizational meeting in November 1909

Kimball, NE Structural Landmarks

Gotte Park & City Park

Kimball's two parks offer just about everything that you could want in a city park. Gotte Park

Kimball, NE Recreation

Tri-State Corner Marker

The original marker designating the southwestern corner of nebraska and the southeastern corner of Wyoming where they meet the Colorado line was erected on august 17, 1869 by Oliver N. Chafee. The marker had only "Colorado" (then a territory)

Kimball, NE Landmarks


Wind Farm

Capturing the Prairie Wind Truly a site to see, the Kimball Wind Farm was operational in August of 2002. The Municipal Energy Agency of Nebraska (MEAN) owns and operates the 10.5 megawatt wind farm consisting of seven turbines. Each turbine stands nearly 350

Kimball, NE Structural Landmarks

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