Vertical colour air photo by Prairie Agri Photo
Flight height: lens focal length:
Scale: 1:11,000 (approx.)
Location: Townships 12 and 13; Range 7 E
Map sheets: 1:240,000 62I Selkirk
1:50,000 62I/2 Selkirk
The Town of
Various individual items of infrastructure can be identified:
a) A school 12 can be seen, with a racetrack to the east 13.
b) A large building 14 just north of the elevators, may be an arena.
c) A Y-shaped building 15 south of the railway line, near the elevators, may be a hospital.
d) Another large building in the south 16 may be a hotel/motel (Beausejour is the gateway to “cottage country” to the east).
e) In the southeast is a large sports complex which includes: four baseball diamonds 17; two large buildings 18 which may house curling rinks (Beausejour has played host to Zone and Provincial Bonspiels); a blue area 19 which may be an outdoor pool; and in the extreme southeast a long oval track 20, which is a power toboggan track (Beausejour hosts the Annual Canadian Power Toboggan Championship Races). A grandstand is located to the west 21.
f) North of the recreational area is a shopping centre 22 with numerous parked cars 23 outside it. Light-toned areas in the west 24 are disused quarries; one of them has filled with water 25. A jetty 26 projecting into it suggests that it has recreational use.