The Claybank Brick Plant was named a National Historic Site in 1994.
It was opened in 1914 and closed in 1989 over those years it operated under many different names
Saskatchewan Clay Products (1912 to 1916), Dominion Fire Brick & Pottery Company (1916 to 1954), Dominion Fire Brick & Clay Products Ltd. (1954 to 1971) and A.P. Green Refractories Ltd (1971 to 1989 until close). For more history on the plant go here http://www.claybank.sasktelwebsite.net/Historical%20Overview.html Arlene and I had special permission with the help of Kyle S to get a private tour and paint the plant and buildings at night. Thanks Kyle for the tour we had a blast.