Lomond is a village on Secondary Highway 845, approximately 70 kilometres northeast of Lethbridge. G.R. Plumb opened the area’s first post office in 1910, and it was known as Brunetta. With the arrival of the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1914, the post office shifted to the new townsite and was renamed Lomond, presumably for Loch Lomond in Scotland. Lomond became a village in 1916.

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Highway 531 & Range Road 202
City: Lomond,
Province: Alberta

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50.36073, -112.66143

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