100 Years of Transportation in Lanigan and District

Creator(s): Lanigan & District Heritage Centre

Lanigan, Saskatchewan, sits in the midst of a peaceful landscape of rolling prairie grass, poplar bluffs and northern bush scarred only by the deep tracks and intertwining paths of the once abundant Prairie buffalo. The surrounding area teems with wildlife even today, and while there are still few nearby roads, the town borders on the Carlton Trail, the main transportation route through the Canadian Northwest during the early 1900s.

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