Established in 1907, Leitch Collieries was one of the largest and the only completely Canadian-owned coal and coke company in the Crowsnest Pass. The Leitch Collieries Provincial Historic Site offers visitors a unique chance to see the picturesque ruins of its coal processing facility provide insight into coal mining in the Crowsnest Pass. Visitors can explore the ruins through interpretive signs and guided tours. A pathway leads visitors past the remains of the coke oven, tipple and mine manager house, powerhouse and washery.
Located in the Crowsnest Pass, the Leitch Collieries Provincial Historic Site is approximately 60 minutes from Waterton Lakes National Park.
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