Uranium City History

Web Name: Uranium City History

WebSite: http://www.uraniumcity-history.com





Uranium City History

past, present, future

"Helping Keep Uranium City alive on the web"



Shooting Our Way Back Home McIntyre Powder Project Restored 8mm Footage of Uranium City circa 1957 Uranium City #1 – in Cold Weather North Saskatchewan Being Immunized against COVID 19 Uranium City Arena Burns to the Ground Uranium City Alumni Hayley Hasslen Rewarded for Heroism Traces: Sound Recordings of Uranium City Prince Phillip Visits Uranium City, 1959 Archival Photos from the Star Phoenix


Grass now growing in Lorado Tailings, Fish live in once-dead Nero Lake

I remember clearly when the Lorado tailings resembled the surface of Mars. As a teenager, we’d walk across tailings field, marveling the rust-red dust, the absence of a single living thing. Nearby Nero Lake was completely clear, no fish, no plants, no living trees around its shore. The tailings field lived on after the mill […]

The vehicles began streaming in on Friday morning and by late afternoon almost 600 people had arrived at the Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park for the 2001 Uranium City Reunion. Almost 20 years had passed since Eldorado Nuclear announced the closure of its Beaverlodge Mine, which led to Uranium City losing over 80 percent of it’s […]

Photos from Chris Robinson, from the first big boom in the 1950s

Taken from the Ganarly Film Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAhORV5gqEsfpBvbWTAi46w

Photograph by Tim Beckett. See more

At the end of the road, an airstrip appears, as unexpected as a landing pad for aliens. Instinctively, I look for the Eldorado Mine and the company town of Eldorado that stretched around the lake behind the airstrip and am startled to find nothing but hills and trees and a muddy black field. The plane […]

Photograph by Tim Beckett. See more

Click on box on upper right to open to full page These are among the dozens of photographs I took of Uranium City between 1996 and 2003, during which I visited the town four times. During this period, the town dropped in population from just under 200 to less than a hundred, especially after the […]

Entrance to Uranium City, 1957

This site is dedicated to recording the history of Uranium City, Saskatchewan. This is very much a work in progress, and will evolve with the material I can gather, and whatever historical material people send in.

Eventually, I would like to make this a proper historical site, with interactive timelines, galleries grouped by place and era, and possibly a forum. However, I'm building the site in my spare time, so progress is a little slow.

Do check back often, to see the site as it evolves. And send in your own memories, photos, whatever you have.

Shooting Our Way Back Home

McIntyre Powder Project

Restored 8mm Footage of Uranium City circa 1957

Uranium City #1 – in Cold Weather

North Saskatchewan Being Immunized against COVID 19

Uranium City Links

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