Pipestem River

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Pipestem Dam and reservoir on the Pipestem River near Jamestown, North Dakota. View is upriver to the west.

The Pipestem River is a short river—usually called "Pipestem Creek" by the locals—in east-central North Dakota.

It flows briefly from Wells County into a reservoir formed by Pipestem Dam north-northwest of Jamestown, North Dakota, and thence into the James River, the confluence being on the southwest side of the city.

Coordinates: 46°57′54″N 98°45′39″W / 46.96500°N 98.76083°W / 46.96500; -98.76083