Men Lost to a Myriad of Mining Accidents
From Concept to Reality
The Miners' Memorial is a commemorative Monument naming all the men killed while working the Drumheller Coalfields. Saturday November 10, a day before the nationwide Armistice ceremonies took place, a new commemorative monument was unveiled in Drumheller’s downtown area.
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It is a massive steel and granite memorial designed to recognize the unfathomable loss of 207 men in the Drumheller mines throughout its seventy year history from 1911 when the Newcastle Mine opened to 1979 when the Atlas Mine near East Coulee finally closed.
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