Plato, Saskatchewan

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Location
51°06'00"N
108°16'13"W
Country
 Canada
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Plato is an unincorporated community within the Rural Municipality of Snipe Lake No. 259, Saskatchewan, Canada. The community was named after Plato, Minnesota, which had been the home town of Richard and Agnes Brust, early pioneers.The town is a few hundred yards off Saskatchewan Highway 44. While the highway is paved, the town itself contains only gravel roads, and several houses remain abandoned. The town retains a small post office.
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