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  • Houston Elevator?
  • Farmer's Elevator
  • Farmer's Elevator
  • Farmer's Elevator
  • Leininger Grain in Maplewood; both the elevator and tracks are still there.
  • Most of the old elevator is still there, so is the grain bins. The big grain bins are gone.
  • Old SR66 bridge in front of Houston elevator before 66 moved to behind the white house
  • Village of Swanders and Swanders Farmers Elevator. In 2018 the elevator and the feed mill along Fort Loramie-Swanders Road are long gone,as well
  • The Post Office was in the little dark building at the left edge of the photo, across the road from the elevator. It closed in the 1930's or 1940's
  • . It had been a grocery too since the Swanders Crossing rail stop was created about 1856-1860 at James Swander's request. The elevator and train stop were on his farm land, north side of the road.
  • and stores to purchase feed. It was my elevator from 1950's until it closed; my grandfather was one of the farmers who formed the cooperative about 1920.
  • St. Remy Catholic Church in the middle of the picture with the Russia School in foreground. St. Remy Cemetery to the left & the elevator in the background.
  • (now gone,) St. Remy Catholic Church and to the left, it's cemetery. Across the top of the photo is the railroad and in the upper left, the grain elevator.

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