Category:First Oil Well in Western Canada National Historic Site

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National Historic Site of Canada
First Oil Well in Western Canada 
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Wikipedia
Instance of oil well
Location Improvement District No. 04 (Waterton), Canada
Heritage designation
  • national historic site of Canada (Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada, 17 May 1965)
official website
Authority control
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49° 04′ 15.6″ N, 113° 59′ 13.2″ W

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English: First Oil Well in Western Canada National Historic Site of Canada is located between Cameron Creek and Mile 5 of the Akamina Highway east of the townsite of Waterton, Alberta. It consists of a well-head opening and drill stem capped by a monument in the triangular shape of an oil derrick.
Français : Le lieu historique national du Canada du Premier-Puits-de-Pétrole-de-l'Ouest-Canadien est situé entre la crique Cameron et le cinquième mille de la route Akamina, à l'est de la ville de Waterton en Alberta. La désignation comprend une tête de puits et un train de sonde recouverts d'une tour de sondage de forme triangulaire.

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