Dear Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Maps Enthusiasts,

Exciting news awaits as we embark on a journey to preserve and document the historic maps of Saskatchewan! If you've been a visitor to our old site hosted by Rootsweb and Ancestry, fret not?our webpages will continue to thrive and be regularly updated.

New Location, New Dedication:

Find us at our new home, This transition marks the beginning of a renewed commitment to showcasing the rich history and diversity of Saskatchewan through historic maps.

Unveiling the Tapestry of the Past.

Our labour of love involves documenting placenames that may have faded with time, guiding you to one-room schoolhouses, churches, cemeteries, and the nearest towns or Rural Municipalities. These maps are like time capsules, helping you unravel genealogical and historical records.

Patreon: Building a Community of Support.

The journey forward is fueled by the incredible support from our growing Patreon community. They've stood by us as we secured a new domain and web hosting provider, ensuring the longevity of this valuable service.

Visit Our New Webpages:

Take a moment to explore the evolving Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Maps at The maps, brimming with stories of the past, await your discovery.

Support Us on Patreon:

Behind the scenes are passionate volunteers dedicated to maintaining this invaluable resource. If you've found our service beneficial, consider supporting us through Patreon. Your contribution goes a long way in preserving and sharing Saskatchewan's historical tapestry.

Gratitude to and

We extend our heartfelt thanks to and for providing free web hosting space that allowed us to sow the seeds of this project. Now, as we transition to a new phase, we seek your support in finding paid web hosting.

Preserving the Past, Shaping the Future:

The Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Maps service has been a beacon for historians, genealogists, and the public alike. Help us sustain this legacy by standing with us in the journey ahead.

Your support is not just an investment in the present; it's a pledge to preserve the stories that make Saskatchewan's history so extraordinary. Together, let's continue to navigate the intricate landscapes of the past.

Join Us in This Exciting Chapter:

Visit and be part of this thrilling continuation of the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Maps saga. Thank you for being an essential part of our community and for your enduring passion for history.

Warm regards,

The Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Maps Team Web Master: Saskatchewan Pool Elevator System Map Webmaster

Saskatchewan Wheat Pool 60 Years 1924-1984

Sask Cooperative Elevator
Company Ltd

Elevator System for 1924-1925

C.P.R. o---o---o---o
C.N.R. o==o==o==o

Saskatchewan Wheat Pool
Country Elevator System

August 1, 1983

o++o++o++o Canadian National Railways
o---o---o---o Canadian Pacific Railways

This web site was made with permission from the Sask. Wheat Pool. It is the intention of this site to make Saskatchewan town names and locations as of 1924-1925 and of August 1, 1983 available to persons with a historical or genealogical in this area. There was not an original published index with this 1924 map. There are no service charges or fees for use of this map service, and use of this site constitutes your acceptance of these Conditions of Use. Any further use of these maps would require permission from the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Company as per copyright laws in Canada. Webmaster.

Saskatchewan Towns Alphabetical Listing

A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - K - L - M - N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W - X -Y - Z

Tabular Map of Saskatchewan by Section Name used for 1924 Scanned Images
Lloydminster Meota Prince Albert Nipawin North East
Macklin North Battleford Saskatoon Wadena Hudson Bay
Kindersley Rosetown Outlook Wynyard Yorkton
Leader Swift Current Moose Jaw Regina Broadview
Eastend Shaunavon Assiniboia Weyburn Estevan

1924-1925 Elevator System
330 kb memory, 291 kb disk, 8.17" x 7.36" picture
Small Saskatchewan Map showing sections

Tsp=township: North South Rge=Range: East West
The August 1, 1983 map included the following information in its index:
*=Town has a Pool Elevator o=Town has no Pool Elevator in 1983 map index
D=refers to the Wheat Pool District S=Pool Sub-district in which the place is indicated.
Districts and Sub-districts are shown on the (August 1, 1983) calendar map.
(Webmaster note: The present Wheat Pool Districts and sub-districts have changed since 1984.)
Any places which appear in two scanned sections are listed more than once.
Rail Place Name Tsp
Meridian 1924 map * D S 1984 SubDistricts 1984 District 150 dpi 1984 District 200 dpi? 200 dpi
CNR === Undora 30 23 w of the 2nd Wynyard,Sk  
CNR === Union Jack   8 15 w of the 2nd 2 6 6-7-8 d2 District 2:150 District 2:200
CNR CPR Unity 40 22 w of the 3rd Macklin, Sk   * 12 6 4-5-6-7 d12   District 12:150 District 12:200
CPR ---- Unwin 45 27 w of the 3rd Macklin, Sk   12 9 3 d16 8-9 d12   District 12:150 District 12:200
CPR ---- Uren 17 6 w of the 3rd Moose Jaw,Sk  

If you've ever delved into the rich tapestry of Saskatchewan's past using the Sask Wheat Pool Maps website, you know it's a treasure trove of historical placenames and areas dating back to May 2002. SaskGenWeb has been tirelessly sharing this valuable resource, providing a fascinating journey through time.

Now, here's where you come in. The Sask Wheat Pool Maps website has been thriving on the generosity of and, who have graciously provided free web hosting space. However, to keep the wheels turning and the maps updating, we're in need of a little extra support.

As we bid adieu to the free hosting era, we're reaching out to you, our cherished community of historians, genealogists, and curious minds. Your support can make a real difference in sustaining this incredible service. Imagine being a part of preserving and sharing the historical landscapes of Saskatchewan for generations to come!.

Whether you've uncovered long-lost family connections or marveled at the changing geography of the region, your contribution ensures that this digital time capsule remains accessible to all who seek a glimpse into the past.

So, if you've found the Sask Wheat Pool Maps website beneficial, if it has sparked curiosity or fueled your passion for history, consider being a patron of this invaluable resource. Every bit counts, and together, we can keep the spirit of exploration alive.

Let's weave the threads of history together support Sask Wheat Pool Maps, and let's continue this amazing journey through Saskatchewan's vibrant past. Support our volunteer endeavours through Patreon

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Web Master: Saskatchewan Pool Elevator System Map Webmaster
Saskatchewan Pool Country Elevator System
1924-25, 1947-48, 1950-51, 1952-53, 1984