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Dunblane, Saskatchewan

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Country  Canada
Rural Municipality  Coteau
Dissolved  May 1, 1975
Province  Saskatchewan
Region  Saskatchewan
Incorporated (Village)  N/A
Local time  Tuesday 6:16 PM
Area code  306
Dunblane, Saskatchewan

Post office Founded  1914-05-01 (Closed 1979-06-06)
Weather  -11°C, Wind NW at 40 km/h, 67% Humidity

Dunblane is a ghost town in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan.


Map of Dunblane, SK, Canada

The town was on the Canadian National Railway Conquest Subdivision. Rail service first arrived in 1914, and the town prospered to a population of over 300, until the construction of an oil pipelines made rail transport less viable for the transportation of Turner Valley crude oil. By 1980 there was little left of the original town site

Notable Former Residents

  • Steve Buzinski - NHL Hockey Player
  • References

    Dunblane, Saskatchewan Wikipedia