Esterhazy (Sask.)

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Central Hotel of Esterhazy Sask.

An aerial vew of Esterhazy, Saskatchewan with the focal point being The Central Hotel, located at Main St. & Railway Ave. (facing West). This view includes (top left, clockwise): Clements home, Geo. Millham home, church parsonage, Millham granary, Gonczy home, Sellner’s cottage, Cosgrove home built by Dr. Kee, J.Sellner shop, Wilson livery, Mah Jim, C.P.R. pump-house, Shiminoski’s, Krupa’s (burned 1921), Central Hotel’s “Gas house”

ECM Photograph Collection

  • ECM
  • Collection
  • 1880 - present

Photographs of Esterhazy, Saskatchewan and the surrounding area

Hockey teams at the Melville Ice Rink

The Melville hockey team (on the left) and Esterhazy hockey team (on the right-team colours: blue and white) on the ice at the newly finished Melville ice rink.

Esterhazy players: (from left to right) Fred Hazeldean; George Simpson; Bert Clements (two official); Dan McGregor; Wes Wrightson; Val Hill; Fred Barker.

Old C.P.R. Dam

Old Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) dam located 1 mile north of Esterhazy, SK. in the Kaposvar Valley; used as a water reservoir for the CPR steam engines.