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Drumheller

Drumheller is a town in southern Alberta. The town is named after Samuel Drumheller. He bought the town in 1910 and opened a coal mine. There were only 50 people living there in 1910, but by 1920, 2000 people had moved there to work in the mine. Drumheller also has a famous Dinosaur museum that opened in 1985.

Downtown Drumheller

Downtown Drumheller