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Blairmore Ring

Originally erected in 1965 in Saskatoon’s Rotary Park, the Blairmore Ring is an homage to Saskatchewan’s potash mining history.

The ring is five meters in diameter and weighs more than 28 tonnes. After spending 36 years in Rotary Park, the Ring was moved to the Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport. In 2017, the Saskatoon Airport Authority donated the Ring to the Western Development Museum.

Located at the front entrance of the WDM Saskatoon, the Blairmore Ring continues to stand as a testament to potash mining history of Saskatchewan.

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