The Strasbourg, Saskatchewan grain elevator is an ex Saskatchewan Wheat Pool elevator. It has a low annex to one side. This is the former “A” elevator.
The village of Strasbourg was named after the city of Strasbourg. It was settled by two German farmers in 1885, who named it Strassburg as the original city was part of Alsace-Lorraine at that time. After World War I, the city became part of France and the Saskatchewan town was renamed to match.
There was a former Federal elevator in Strasbourg beside the Pool elevator.
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