A collapsed bridge, engine-tender and flatcar on the abandoned C.P.R. Lethbridge to Macleod line, Alberta, 1910.

A view of Franklin Ave, circa 1920 (the main street of downtown Fort McMurray).

A view of Franklin Ave, circa 1920 (the main street of downtown Fort McMurray).

Rancher Sam Raskin, left, poses with Rex the Horse and cowboy Curly Gurevitch in Rumsey, Alta., 1930. [Jewish Historical Society of Southern Alberta]

Rancher Sam Raskin, left, poses with Rex the Horse and cowboy Curly Gurevitch in Rumsey, Alta., 1930. [Jewish Historical Society of Southern Alberta]

betweenmindandspace:

Edmonton, AB.April 21st, 2014.
betweenmindandspace:

Edmonton, AB.April 21st, 2014.
betweenmindandspace:

Edmonton, AB.April 21st, 2014.

fuckyeahcanadianhistory:

Old Edmonton Post Office

ca. 1920s or 30s

Source: City of Edmonton Archives. 

sublim-ature:

North Saskatchewan River, Saskatchewan, CanadaCole Chase | Jan Westerhof | Yves

…this is actually the North Saskatchewan as seen from the Icefields Parkway in Alberta’s Banff National Park!! [via] sublim-ature:

North Saskatchewan River, Saskatchewan, CanadaCole Chase | Jan Westerhof | Yves

…this is actually the North Saskatchewan as seen from the Icefields Parkway in Alberta’s Banff National Park!! [via] sublim-ature:

North Saskatchewan River, Saskatchewan, CanadaCole Chase | Jan Westerhof | Yves

…this is actually the North Saskatchewan as seen from the Icefields Parkway in Alberta’s Banff National Park!! [via]

sublim-ature:

North Saskatchewan River, Saskatchewan, Canada
Cole Chase | Jan Westerhof | Yves

…this is actually the North Saskatchewan as seen from the Icefields Parkway in Alberta’s Banff National Park!! [via]

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The time I made a friend
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The time I made a friend
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The time I made a friend
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The time I made a friend
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The time I made a friend
Friends at Clover Bar Bridge, Edmonton, 1929
Bulletin reporter John McLean with illegally obtained whisky, Edmonton, 1949

Bulletin reporter John McLean with illegally obtained whisky, Edmonton, 1949

everydayoddsblog:

The last Saturday of every month, the ghost town of Rowley (by Drumheller) opens up and hosts an all night pizza and beer fundraiser at the saloon. The “Hollywood of Alberta” (population of 6) has been a set for many western movies and can be rented out for special occasions. Bonus: Free popcorn and cheap Pilsner!
everydayoddsblog:

The last Saturday of every month, the ghost town of Rowley (by Drumheller) opens up and hosts an all night pizza and beer fundraiser at the saloon. The “Hollywood of Alberta” (population of 6) has been a set for many western movies and can be rented out for special occasions. Bonus: Free popcorn and cheap Pilsner!
everydayoddsblog:

The last Saturday of every month, the ghost town of Rowley (by Drumheller) opens up and hosts an all night pizza and beer fundraiser at the saloon. The “Hollywood of Alberta” (population of 6) has been a set for many western movies and can be rented out for special occasions. Bonus: Free popcorn and cheap Pilsner!
everydayoddsblog:

The last Saturday of every month, the ghost town of Rowley (by Drumheller) opens up and hosts an all night pizza and beer fundraiser at the saloon. The “Hollywood of Alberta” (population of 6) has been a set for many western movies and can be rented out for special occasions. Bonus: Free popcorn and cheap Pilsner!

everydayoddsblog:

The last Saturday of every month, the ghost town of Rowley (by Drumheller) opens up and hosts an all night pizza and beer fundraiser at the saloon. The “Hollywood of Alberta” (population of 6) has been a set for many western movies and can be rented out for special occasions. Bonus: Free popcorn and cheap Pilsner!