Peaking through the trees, you can see Highway 60 in the distance. This highway is called the Devonian Way to commemorate the discovery of oil at Leduc #1 in 1947. The oil was discovered 1.6km below the surface in the Devonian Reef. This...
Peaking through the trees, you can see Highway 60 in the distance. This highway is called the Devonian Way to commemorate the discovery of oil at Leduc #1 in 1947. The oil was discovered 1.6km below the surface in the Devonian Reef. This discovery started Alberta's oil boom and resulted in Canada moving from being a have-not country to have. In fact, the Town of Devon, also named after the discovery was built by Imperial Oil to house the workers.
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5 March 2023 ·   11 months ago taken in   Devon Voyageur Park, 100 Saskatchewan Ave W, Devon, AB T9G 1B2, Canada
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