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Cahill Grain Company, Blackstone, Illinois. Looking SW. That is the Illinois Central Gulf’s Streator Branch that serves the elevator.
The old Randolph grain elevator (owned by Gilbertson last) used to stand where the post frame building in front of the row of grain bins does now
. The elevator leaned almost 7 feet toward the railroad tracks due to structural defects for my entire lifetime (early 70's on) until it was finally demolished. Randolph's answer to France's "Leaning tower of Piza"
New Boston Grain Elevator. It has been replaced with a new larger concrete structure.
---Pay Shoe store on the left, K Mart. This may be the Elevation Church at Matthews today.
I cannot remember who all lived in the house over the years. The government bins were associated with the grain elevator at Elkhart. At the time
This is the same farm as in the 1965 roll, picture 3. as can bee seen, a new tool shed has been added, as well as grain bins and an elevator leg. The structure to the left rear of the original barn is for storing hay
2014 when it was plowed up. The house was one of three of the original town. The two barns where built from lumber of the old elevator that sat
to the right of the trees on the right side of the photo. The little building next to the house was the scale house for the elevator. The townsite was later demolished in the 1980's. Today only a few trees mark the site.
Ernie's of Pisgah, fed guys working at the elevator.
sitting in the driveway by the shed, and the hay elevator in front of the barn. My grandmother's garden looks pretty good. This photo is facing northeast.
'moved to this house in 1976. This was a few years before an addition was added to the west side AND a huge shed, another shed and an elevator leg
New Boston Grain Elevator. It has been replaced with a new larger concrete structure. You can see the boat dock area at the top of the photo.
I have a few memories here! The elevator in the barn was such an awesome thing when I was about 6 or 7. I also remember what I thought was a secret