At the start of Day 2, we left behind the unfinished business to snoop around Hanna, before heading north to parts unknown. In our tour we came across a business that was definitely finished, and some contemporary finishes to some classic brick work in the heart of Hanna, which provided fodder for Greg’s scathing social commentary.
According to a town publication, the Union Bank opened in Hanna in 1912.The building houses a law office today, and was also formerly home to the Royal Bank of Canada and the town office. #Alberta #Canada #returntorural #history #FABTrip15 @gregfarries A photo posted by Jonathan Koch (@forgotten_alberta) on
Close to one hundred veterans from the Hanna district served in the Canadian military during the First and Second World Wars, the majority of those in World War One. #Alberta #Canada #Legion #war #ww1 #ww2 #veterans #sacrifice #FABTrip15 @gregfarries A photo posted by Jonathan Koch (@forgotten_alberta) on
— Greg Farries (@gregfarries) August 2, 2015
- Town of Hanna – Hanna Walking Tour
- Chris & Connie – The Seymour and New National have served their last drinks
- Hanna Herald – Remember our fallen with street names