The Weyburn water tower (1909)
is located in Weyburn, Saskatchewan, Canada.
The water tower is constructed of an inner
steel tank, 20 feet in diameter and 80 feet high, with a capacity of
150,000 imperial gallons. The unique timber housing is 25 feet in
diameter and 95 feet high.
The water tower was taken out of service in 1977 and was declared a
Municipal Heritage Property on June 23, 1987. The entrance to the
tower was demolished by a windstorm in 1976 and was reconstructed to
its original design in 1982.