It was once one of the most popular roadside attractions in the entire province of Alberta but today it is a mostly forgotten piece of local history. This is an overview of how the small town of Nanton, Alberta capitalized on some fine-tasting water and turned itself into a “must stop” destination on Highway 2.
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Hi Dan: Great to see you are remembering this Icon. We at the Grain Elevator Discovery Center are trying to bring this back and is on our plan of work for the area. Please come visit us at the Nanton Elevators next time and we can tell you about our exciting projects.