Train Stop at Craik (PR1701)
The train engines of the
Modesto & Empire Traction Company (M&ET) from California makes a stop in Craik, SK
Third Avenue United Church (AR1105)
A view from the head of the Third Avenue United Church in downtown Saskatoon. Opened on June 27, 1913, Third Avenue United Church is a solid stone structure based on English Gothic design.
Main Street in Bents (BE1603)
Bents only had one street through it and all that stands today is the elevator, general store, dance hall and an old farm house.
Silent Times (BE1602)
Bents, a lonely and remote place on the vast central Saskatchewan plains, born and died in a generation. Born in the 20's and abandoned in the early 80's.
Old Blue Fordson (BE1601)
An old blue Forson tractor from the early 1900's sitting in the tall grass in the ghost town of Bents, SK.
Saskatoon Sunset (SA1601)
The Delta Bessborough overlooking the South Saskatchewan River in the heart of downtown Saskatoon, Canada
Saskatoon Sunset (PA1601)
City of Bridges (SA1013)
The lights on the Victoria Bridge as seen from the South Saskatchewan River below the Broadway Bridge in Saskatoon, Canada.
Abandoned Grain Elevator in Hagen (PR1507)
The old abandoned grain elevator in Hagen, Saskatchewan
Land of the Living Skies (PR1506)
Land of the Livings Skies slogan can be found on a grain elevator in Saskatchewan
Grain Elevator Details
Hagen Grain Elevator
Hagen Grain Elevator Sunset (PR1503)
The old abandoned grain elevator in Hagen, Saskatchewan with a dramatic prairie sunset.
Sunset over Hagen (PR1505)
Sunset over the small town of Hagen, Saskatchewan.
Hagen Grain Elevator (PR1504)
Abandoned Farm Buildings (PR1502)
An old abandoned farm building by a pair of grain bins in a ripe yellow canola field.
Grain Elevators at Sunset (PR1501)
A pair of abandoned grain elevators at Lepine, Saskatchewan during a rich red prairie sunset.
Winter in Bents (BE1502)
An old vintage wooden grain elevator in the ghost town of Bents, Saskatchewan
Prairie Relics in Winter (BE1501)
A pair of old tractors rust away by an old grain elevator in the ghost town of Bents, Saskatchewan
Third Avenue United Church (AR1104)
Boats and Dock at Cameron Lake
Nestled in a glacial basin, Cameron Lake is a hidden jewel high in the Canadian Rockies. Part of Waterton Lakes National Park, Cameron Lake offers fishing, boating and breathtaking views.
Road in the Mountains
The mountain highway through the Canadian Rockies near Waterton Lakes National Park.
Serenity in the Mountains
The calm reflective water near Cameron Lake in Waterton Lakes National Park. The peak of Mount Custer can be seen in the distance.
Nestled in a glacial basin, Cameron Lake is a hidden jewel high in the Canadian Rockies. Part of Waterton Lakes National Park, Cameron Lake offers fishing, hiking trails for all skill levels, boating and breathtaking views.
The high level of water flow floods out Cameron Falls at Waterton Lakes National Park.
A couple enjoy the fast flowing waterfall at Cameron Falls in Waterton Lakes National Park.
A photographer captures the fast flowing waterfall at Cameron Falls in Waterton Lakes National Park.
Waterfalls at Waterton Park
The cascading stream of water at these waterfalls in Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta, Canada.
Chief Mountain Lookout
Cheie Mountain Lookout with a view of Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta, Canada
Green Water Tower
A green water tower at the base of the mountains.
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