Place:Claybank, Saskatchewan, Canada


Located inSaskatchewan, Canada
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Claybank is a small hamlet in southern Saskatchewan, Canada at the foot of the Dirt Hills. The community takes its name from the rich clay deposits found in the area. Claybank is best known for its National Historic Site of Canada, the Claybank Brick Plant, which closed in 1989 but remains one of the finest examples of 20th Century industry. It is part of the Rural Municipality of Elmsthorpe No. 100.

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