When Built: 1995
Developed to symbolize Dewberry and promote the community and draw tourists.
It was unveiled at the 1995 Chuckwagon Races held in Dewberry.
Although 1.5 times the size of a real racing wagon, it is fully functional. Some wheel parts were ordered from an Amish community in Ontario.
It is stored on a trailer in a three sided building (second photo). The brass plaque on
the actual wagon reads:
"Built by Moe's Wheelwright & Carriage Shop Box 62, Linberg, AB"
There is sign on the building that reads:
"Lumber, labour & Siding for this building funded by Erven Garnier of Dewberry local farmer, rancher, dealer of all sorts. Born in an old farm house 1 mile west of Dewberry 1918 "May the Lord be With Your - Ervin" Pipe donated by Norcen Energy Resources"
Information Source: http://www.midwesttourism.com/m003.htm
Picture Source: DMY