This tour of Havre's boisterous history as a railroad and cowboy town provides an interesting look at the past. When a devastating fire in 1904 destroyed Havre's business district, the labyrinth of tunnels and basements under the town served as a subterranean "shopping mall." Many local businesses of the last century were located here. Their products included legal representation, food, and laundry service -- not to mention honky-tonk music, gambling, opium, and prostitution. There is also an aboveground railroad museum focusing on the area's rail history.