The Ghost Town of Hamton, Saskatchewan | Burned To The Ground

Hamton Saskatchewan was once a bustling town established in 1913. The town’s population started to decline in 1957.

In an area full of heritage this town did not survive the test of time. Overgrown by the grass and taken over by wild animals this town was a beautiful site to see. Houses remain along gravel streets, old cars and even a bus sit abandoned. The hall is completely silent and the power lines long cut. This town had a variety of buildings, some in better condition than others, but all abandoned.

In 2018 the local Rural Municipality burned the entire town to the ground due to safety concerns with the abandoned buildings.

Where was Hamton, Saskatchewan located?

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