. A larger main entrance with an elevator and a taller triangular roof were added throughout the years.
Grain elevator says "Farmers Co-Op Assn", I believe in Varna, Illinois.
McGinnis place. Now owned and clean up by Mike and Cindy Cooper. Just west of Co Rd 142 and East of Horton Elevator on Co Rd 20
Highland Center, IA. All of the elevator buildings and equipment are gone now. The Milwaukee railroad tracks were taken out in 1980. The store
building seen to the left of the elevator partially hidden by trees remains today, but its days are numbered.
Elevator on Rt 23 at the Wabash RR tracks north of Archbold. The silos remain but most of the buildings are gone.
This was my grandparents farm that my grandfather, Sam Bower built. My brother lives there now. The grain bin and elevator are long gone along
St. Joe Elevator, nothing is left of the grain or feed equipment.
GRAYMONT CO-OP ASSOCIATION, 401 Main Street, Graymont, Illinois. The railroad serving the elevator is the Illinois Central Pontiac District. Looking W/NW.
Clarence Krug farm; mom was born here. Remember cleaning the barn yards just like shown in this pic. Remember loading hay into the barn with that elevator.
Roscoe, IL, on Elevator Road. Across the street from these properties is now Roscoe Middle School.
later Country Springs, now Sunrise Cooperative
1100 Burkholder Rd/CR 258
Section 12 Green Creek Township
Great Aerial photo! No, that isn’t the Walton Depot. It was in front of the grain elevator on the right side.
elevator belonged to the Drew family and has since moved north about 1/2 mile. The 2 flat storage buildings to the east are all that remain of it. I
The elevator at Campus, Illinois. The railroad is the Norfolk and Western, while the road is N 3300 Road E, now Livingston County Highway 3. View looks west.
residence - later torn down due to age. Equipment shed also had corn cribs along west side - elevator used for ear corn.
Previous owner was Emily's great
Central Erie Supply. On the left was Stanley's Tavern and grocery store. Today the tavern is the Mason Jar Tavern. The elevator was torn down in 2013.
This is the railroad crossing Highway 36 on the east side of Sulphur Springs. The cemetery can be seen just right of the grain elevators. Today
the tracks are no longer used and the elevator is abandoned. The cemetery is still there and needs to be tended to. My great-great grandparents and great-great-great grandparents are buried there.
Buckner Grain Elevator
NW corner of N Buckner Tarsney Rd and E Lake City Buckner Rd
Grew up in Clark's grove remember when they put up the cement elevator and remember the night it got hit by lightening. Also the corn field is now a neighborhood where I live now
This was my grandfather's farm and his home. The barns have all since been demolished and a grain elevator has been put up. JR Atherton owns the house and half the lake now
This photo should be #8 according to the flight path. Use to be Twin Cities Concrete now Smith Concrete. New building on the left. The elevator going to the big building is gone. 1031 Kensington Rd St.Rt. 9
I grew up here. My teenage years, I lived right behind the Britton elevator, seen in the background. I was married in 1982 and our wedding
, a grocery store, a bar, a bank, a restaurant, a hardware store, a post office, a fire station, a town cop, a grain elevator, a gas station, a church
it at that time. Dick Vallie and Linda Witkoff several others worked there. Good times as I worked at the elevator next to it at that time.
Wow. It all looks so clean and new. I grew up next door to Hazelhurst. My dad, Les Richter, loved spending time over at the grain elevator drinking