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Eskbank, Saskatchewan Today nothing remains of Eskbank, only a historical plaque, placed at the site of the community in 2009. The post office of Eyebrow Hill was established June 1, 1904 in the home of John William Hudson, renamed "Eskbank" on June 1, 1908 after Eskbank, Scotland. The post office closed June 30, 1964. The last remaining buildings were burned by the rural municipality in 1975. The derelict Saskatchewan Wheat Pool grain elevator built in 1924 by McCabe and closed in 1984 was deliberately burned on November 9, 2009.
Eskbank, Saskatchewan Eskbank is an unincorporated community in the Rural Municipality of Eyebrow No. 193, Saskatchewan, Canada. The community is located about south of Highway 42 on Range Road 20, approximately northwest of the City of Moose Jaw. It is located on the former Grand Trunk Pacific (Canadian National Railway) Central Butte Subdivision from Moose Jaw to Riverhurst.
Eskbank railway station The station sits approximately 12.5 km from Waverley and 43.5 km from Tweedbank, and lies close to the towns of Bonnyrigg and Dalkeith.
Eskbank railway station Eskbank railway station is a station serving the Eskbank area of the town of Dalkeith, Midlothian, Scotland. It reopened on the Borders Railway between Edinburgh and Tweedbank, just beyond Galashiels. There is a half-hourly service to Tweedbank. It is approximately a mile from Dalkeith town centre.
Eskbank railway station The original Eskbank station was previously closed (along with the Waverley Line) in 1969. The new construction work was undertaken by BAM Nuttall. The new station, further south than the original, reopened on 6 September 2015.
Dalkeith The town is split into four distinct areas: Dalkeith proper with its town centre and historic core, with Eskbank to its west and Woodburn to its east. Eskbank is the well-heeled district of Dalkeith with many large Victorian and newer houses. To the south of Eskbank is Newbattle with its abbey. Woodburn is a working class council estate.
J. M. Wendt He died at his home "Eskbank" in Wakefield Street east.
Robert Graham (Whig politician) Graham was the son of John Graham of Eskbank and his wife Mary Scott.
Edinburgh and Dalkeith Railway Priestley refers to the E&DR raising an additional £7,815 for a short extension at Eskbank.
John William Ballantyne He was born in Eskbank near Dalkeith, the son of John Ballantyne, a nurseryman and seedsman, and Helen Pringle Mercer.