Radway Livery Barn and Pawlenchuk Lot Barn

Radway Livery Barn and Pawlenchuk Lot Barn

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www.ukrainianvillage.ca Radway Livery Barn (Built: 1927 Restored to: 1929) Farmers, who had to go to Radway, Alberta, to sell grain or purchase supplies, kept their horses in the livery stable overnight. Radway Livery Barn was owned and operated by Tom Tancowny, who also operated a dray business there in the late 1920s. The barn could accommodate 28 horses, and featured a guestroom where patrons could stay at no charge. The overnight charge for a horse was 25 cents without feed or 50 cents with feed. http://tapor.ualberta.ca/heritagevillage/townsite/45/index.php Pawlenchuk Barn (Built: 1930 Restored to: 1930) This barn was built by the Pawlenchuk family in the town of Smoky Lake, Alberta. In the 1920s, many residents of towns in east central Alberta kept livestock. While townspeople were not usually farmers, they used horses for transportation more often than cars, and they kept cows and chickens to supplement their diet. Barns of this sort were usually located at the back of residential lots. http://tapor.ualberta.ca/heritagevillage/townsite/46/index.php #Alberta #Edmonton #Historic #UCHV
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