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, and bath. In the basement we added a family room with fireplace and a spare bedroom. The old elevator, carriage house by the road are gone. There are a couple more steel buildings.
the old Judyville elevator.. I spent many days of my youth hanging around there.. Jeff.. your dad was Jerry..my cousin.. I remember you and your brother John as little kids when I joined the service in 1974
This is the grain elevator in Thornhope IN. My brothers first place he ever lived in after high school was the trailer in the background.
Blue Ridge Elevator. It has not been used since the 1980s. The scale house is now gone.
North end of Byron, Il. Shelby Baker grain elevator, CMSP RR and depot, Barry's Livestock Salebarn (sale every Monday) These businesses are all gone now.
This is the Walton School, not Sublette. Photo #18 in this roll is Drew's elevator, 1/2 mile north of this school.
Grain elevator, Geneva, Al. Railway closed and tracks have been removed. Morris Farms barn on opposite side of road.
This is the grain elevator in Frisco TX located at the end of Main Street of the West end of town. Today the big elevator building is just about all
The south side of SR 511 east of Quarry Rd, Oberlin. Only the house remains from this photo and a couple of new buildings are now there. I bought an old grain elevator from a farmer that lives almost across the street.
Grain Elevator on County Highway 4 and Railroad Ave in Chana,Illinois
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.
removed.. At one time, there was a set of semaphores just to the left out of the pic.. As of 2015 the elevator was still standing, albeit in very poor condition.
This was a feed store and grain elevator built by Bill Fuller and run by him for a few years, then bought by Danny Froman and, nowadays, is owned by MFA. I think Fullers would have been the owners in 1980 when this was taken.
later when the railroad went bankrupt. The grain facility is now operated by Glendennings and many of the buildings, including the elevator are now gone.
Elevator Road in Roscoe Illinois ,The Chicago & North Western Railroad tracks are at the right of the photo
Central Erie Supply elevator on Delematre Rd, Kimball, Oxford Township. Everything in this photo is gone today.
The picture depicts part of the north end of the town of Penfield. In 1975 (probably on Halloween night) I climbed about halfway up the elevator leg
and hung a banner that stated "Class of 1979." Later an employee of the elevator service (Chris Eliot?) told me he and another guy saw me up there. I saw them.
Portland elevator as seen from the southwest angle.
Grain Elevator in German Valley,Illinois The Chicago Great Western Railroad tracks ran thought German Valley the line is now gone
Grain Elevator on the north side of East Chicago Ave ,Davis Junction Illinois
James Overby farm in Cherry Grove Township; the barn is gone and the house is now one story. There are many storage bins and an extensive elevator system.
Just above the checkerboard paint, you can see the rail spurs were still in place that ran from the area of the depot down to the elevator and brick
Grew up in this house with my parents Mavis and Wesley Leese, and my brother Mike and sister Nancy. My dad worked at the Elevator and my grandparents owned the store in Burr "Saltees' Station".