Benalto is a hamlet south of Highway 11, approximately 30 kilometers west of Red Deer. John T. Moore (1844-1917), the politician and raiway promoter behind the Alberta Central Railway – built west from Red Deer in 1910 – named the townsites of Alhambra and Benalto on that line. This hybrid description means “high hill” from the Gaelic ben (“hill”) and Latin alto (“high”).

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Range Road 25 S of Township Road 385
City: Benalto,
Province: Alberta

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52.29779, -114.26391

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