Weyburn

Weyburn (pop. 10,000) is a small city in southern Saskatchewan, midway between Estevan and Regina.

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Weyburn was founded as a junction point between the mainline Canadian Pacific Railway (1892) and the US-bound Soo Line (1893). It was historically an important railway town as crossroads for CN, CP and Soo Line trains; from 1910 until 1931 the Weyburn Security Bank was headquartered in the city. Souris Valley Mental Health Hospital, a cutting-edge institution when it opened in 1921, closed in 2006 and was demolished in 2009

Weyburn is the ninth-largest city in Saskatchewan.

Map of Weyburn

The closest major airport is in Regina.

Weyburn is 115 km southeast of Regina along Highways 33 and 39.

It is 85 km northeast of Estevan on Highway 39.

There is no bus service to Weyburn.

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