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Foreword
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Glossary

Chapter 18: Transport and Communications: Past and Present

18.31: Highway 3 at Pilot Mound

PTH 3 1 is the most southerly east/west route in Manitoba. Several north/south sections break its east/west progress. This high oblique photo taken looking southwest shows PTH 3 bypassing Pilot Mound 2 to the southwest. The CP railway line 3 passes through the town on its way southwest to Crystal City. A single elevator 4 still existed in 1984. Other common features of prairie towns are a round-roofed building 5 housing a rink; a racetrack 6 inside which is a baseball diamond 7; a flat-roofed building, probably a school 8; and a large building in the northwest 9, probably a seniors residence or possibly a motel?

Figure 18.31: Highway 3 at Pilot Mound

Figure 18.31: Highway 3 at Pilot Mound

Figure 18.31

High oblique photo: Manitoba Pool

Flight height:  focal length:

Scale variable; greater in the foreground

Date: pre 1984

Location: Township 3; Range 11WI

Map sheets: 1:250,000 62G Brandon

                    1:50,000 62G/2 Pilot Mound