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Elevator Road in Roscoe Illinois ,The Chicago & North Western Railroad tracks are at the right of the photo
Looking west into the town of Ancona, Illinois, and the requisite grain elevator. The railroad is the Santa Fe’s Chicago to California mainline.
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.
Forrest Elevator and Supply Company, Forrest, Illinois. View is looking N/NW. Along Krack Street, behind the elevator, is Forrest Milk Supply
Portland elevator as seen from the southwest angle.
GRAYMONT CO-OP ASSOCIATION, 401 Main Street, Graymont, Illinois. The railroad serving the elevator is the Illinois Central Pontiac District. Looking W/SW.
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.
Grain Elevator in German Valley,Illinois The Chicago Great Western Railroad tracks ran thought German Valley the line is now gone
Fithian Illinois, looking Northwest at Grain Elevator, P&E Depot, IT Station, Stahlings Ford Dealership
Grain Elevator on the north side of East Chicago Ave ,Davis Junction Illinois
Kenney Elevator, photo looking west-northwest. Middle of town seen to the bottom right.
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".
This is Main Street Lerna, looking to the North. The elevator is no longer there. The building in front of the elevator was McKay's blacksmith shop
Wooden grain elevator burned in an arson fire. Rock Island Railroad now a walking/biking trail. Railroad was abandoned in 1980. Tracks removed and converted to a trail in 2016.
Farmers Coop Elevator upper left. Farmer Coop Fertilizer anhydrous ammonia tanks lower left. Rock Island Railroad middle left with "trailer" depot and tool house visible along the tracks.
in the elevator now, or cows. Swimming pool is gone. The is a house to the right in the horse pasture that Grandpa Wood built now. Pine tree's in the lower left corner are a lot old and thinning.
The Mason Elevator Company back when Dale McCalla & Jim Birney owned it. My Dad (Bill Campbell) worked there between 1978 and 1981.
Terminal Grain Elevator (now Hansen-Mueller), US-75, Sioux City, Iowa.
Hornick Elevator, Main Street at Railway Street, Hornick, Iowa. Former Milwaukee Road depot in background.
Old Don Smith farm, later owned by Kermit Stahn. Unfortunately, the elevator/granary is no longer there.
The Carlock, Illinois elevator and silo, 101 W Washington Street. The railroad is the Norfolk and Western. Looking north in the picture.
Pigeon Motor Sales, Dr. Donald Rogers' Dental Office and the Dutch Kettle / Pigeon Lanes on M-142 in Pigeon, MI, in 1981. The building in the lower right front is one of the Cooperative Elevator Company storage facilities.
behind the grain elevator is the town park. The gas station is the COOP gas station.