As it turned out, the Great War was not ``the war to end all wars``
Above, with a new war underway, Lloydminsterites mark Remembrance Day in 1940.
Photo donated by Bruce - thanks!
Below: The fire brigade tries out a new pumper, as captured by a nervous photographer. Despite the technology, Lloydminster, like most of the urban centres of the day, experienced periodic devastating fires.
Photo Courtesy of Marjorie Brooks
Below, the pride of Lloydminster when its brick and marble rose above the sea of clapboard structures; was destroyed in the Great Fire of August 19, 1929
Photo courtesy of the Doug Aston Collection
Lloydminsteriteswould rebuild a new post office on the same site, which survives as the Heritage Building.
Meteorite - November 20, 2008
Landed near Lloydminster, at Buzzard Coulee
It was one of the larger meteorite events, in terms of number of fragments recovered
and mass of the larger fragments, in recent earth history.