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Barclay Tank     (Railway Station)    
No Longer Exists     

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Location
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Municipal:
Few miles east of Dryden at Wabigoon River where CPR tracks cross near Wabigoon Lake

The Barclay Tank was a railway water tank where CPR trains would stop for water and passengers would throw out their garbage. Because it was the only "place" for miles the surrounding area was referred to as Barclay Tank until Dryden was established nearby

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