Vanishing from the prairie landscape, they were the landmarks of every town across the prairies.
Restored at the Rotary Club Park on Mission Ave. in St. Albert, northwest of Edmonton.
These elevators were operated by Parish & Heimbecker and also the Alberta Wheat Pool.
Mossleigh is southeast of Calgary
The Cypress Hills were the only area on the Canadian prairies that were not covered by glaciers during the last Ice Age.
There are many species of plants and animals found nowhere else.
Relics of the past include 3 well-preserved elevators, a bank, hardware store, livery barn, one room school and even a funeral parlour.
Part of the Yesteryear Museum in central Alberta near Drumheller
This elevator has yellow roof panels.
P&H elevators in Mossleigh, Alberta
Thousands of acres in bloom east of Edmonton, Alberta
Viking Alberta...settled by Norwegians back about 100 years ago
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