Chandler, Saskatchewan

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Chandler, Saskatchewan
Unincorporated Hamlet
Chandler, Saskatchewan is located in Saskatchewan
Chandler, Saskatchewan
Location of Chandler in Saskatchewan
Coordinates: 49°20′00″N 103°25′02″W / 49.3333624°N 103.4171615°W / 49.3333624; -103.4171615
Country  Canada
Province  Saskatchewan
Region Southwest Saskatchewan
Census division 8
Rural Municipality Cymri No. 36
Post Office Established Never established
Postal code NA
Area code(s) 306
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Chandler[2] is a ghost town in Cymri Rural Municipality, Saskatchewan, Canada. The site was on the Canadian Northern Railway line from Lampman to Radville. The site only had a train station that served the town of Midale two miles to the north by horse drawn stage coach. The Chandler town site was abandoned by the railway in 1927, with the rail-line abandoned in 1951. [3][4]

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  1. ^ National Archives, Archivia Net, Post Offices and Postmasters, retrieved 2011-08-21 
  2. ^ "Canadian Geographical Names Data Base Search - Chandler Saskatchewan". Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved 2011-08-21. 
  3. ^ R. M. of Cymri History Book Society, Archivia Net, Plowshares to Pumpjacks : R.M. of Cymri : Macoun, Midale, Halbrite, ISBN 0-88925-455-9, retrieved 2011-08-21 
  4. ^ Gent, Doug, Chandler Saskatchewan, retrieved 2011-08-21 


Coordinates: 49°20′N 103°25′W / 49.333°N 103.417°W / 49.333; -103.417