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is no longer. The house & garage to the left is now gone. The building at the top is gone but the pad is still there. Poplar St.
; This entire facility is no longer standing.
- Grain, Feed, Seed, Fertilizer
RIP Don jonas owner of don's
7-11-19. Now part of Farmers Grain & Feed LLC equipment storage in fron & grain storage in back. Next door to Good times Sports Bar & grille
and Terra International in Allenton
This is the grain
in on Hayden Run Rd in Hayden
West Point, Illinois; at the old
& CB&Q depot. Even after the railroad left, the
still provided lots of business for West Point.
Champaign Landmark in Fletcher. The railroad was the Pennsylvania Panhandle route and was at one point 3 tracks wide plus the local siding. The railroad is long gone but the
There are a few different perspectives of this
over the years. It is located on Arcanum Hollansburg Rd. and OH 503
which went out of business in the 80's and burned to the ground in April 2014.
Went to this place many times with my Dad. To get grain for the animals. Hans Lewis owned the
. Upper Valley Pike . South of Tremont City, Ohio
Mercer Landmark - New Weston: The railroad is long gone but the
is still in operation.
and railroad in New Weston Ohio.
through the middle of the
complex (at that time the
may have been owned by Early and Daniel Co.) It presently would pass through
?? - The grain
in Troy, Ohio, at the corner of 25-A/Eldean Rd...
, torn down
. What year did it burn down ( circa 1950)
- 9819 Kelly Rd Walkersville MD
R.L.Kelly & Sons grain
still in operation today as Hostetter Grain Inc.
Only several buildings remain. Main
tower building burned in mid-1980s.
The railroad is gone but the
and silos still remain. It is currently Brubaker Grain & Chemical.
Heritage Coop is the
in the background.
The Havana & Omar Grain & Supply in the triangle of North Greenfield Rd (background), Union St and Gregory Rd, Havana. The grain silos were removed around 2000. Only the tall
The Delisle Grain
on what was originally the Dayton & Union Railroad. The
is still there and operating but the railroad tracks were pulled up not long after this photo was taken.
for the grain
, as evidenced by the tall bucket
(also called a "leg") on the right side of the building with downspouts radiating down
and out from the head of the
. The building at the extreme lower left appears on a 2008 Google Street view of Ohio 49, but has since been torn down.
at Woodington Ohio, where the Pennsylvania RR crossed OH-49. All that is left from this photo is the building with the rail car next to it.
The Casstown Grain
. Sat empty for years until about 5 years ago it burned to the ground.
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