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Illinoi Il Grain Elevator
Ellis, IL Grain Elevator
Troy Elevator just off N Co Rd 25A at Eldean Rd.
Egan, IL grain elevator, Railroad is the now gone Chicago Great Western. North of Leaf River, IL. Grain elevator is no longer in operation.
Most of the old elevator is still there, so is the grain bins. The big grain bins are gone.
Grain Elevator on T Ave near Boone,Iowa
This was the chatten elevator. Now Dearwester Grain owns it.
The house is no longer there and most bins torn down with new larger ones in there place.
Barn is gone now, the house has been replaced. the elevator and metal buildings are still there.
Chebanse IL Grain Elevator
Closed around 1988, building torn down shortly afterwards. Now part of the Akron Services, Inc. grain elevator facility.
Parma feed and grain elevator. Owned by Gerald Horton and Pete Peterson in 1960-65.
IL48 highway (foreground); Intersection Public & Boody Roads (center); Boody Elevator (center).
Aredale Elevator- Now Part of Landus Cooperative
GRAIN ELEVATOR AT RADLEY, IL - NEAR GATES RD AND EARLVILLE RD.
A bit of the Whiteville Elevator is in the upper right corner of the photo. The top structure is the cob burner and the lower the fertilizer shed.
The Whiteville Elevator must just be out of the picture. I'm pretty sure this is Jim Witt's junkyard before he moved it to the Francis Witt Farm in '72.
This is where i grew up as a child and later went on to work at the elevator that is being torn down for updates lots of hide and seek played in this neighborhood and a lot of memories
building on the middle of the right side.
This picture is also before the huge cement elevator was built. My family lived in Brownsdale from 1977
-1984. My mom still talks ring the constant cement work taking place 24 hours as they built the big cement elevator.
Brownsdale, Minn. Southern town view- Brownsdale Coop Assn elevator and mobile home park in the background.
Casstown Elevator on the East end of town on St Rt 55. Burned down in ~2013.
Closer view of the Blackland elevator and B & O Railroad tracks. The view is looking toward the southwest.
This was my grandfathers elevator and general store. Most of the buildings are still there (for now) but my dad sold the property on the south side of the road to a cousin. We still own the Store on the north side of the road.
Genola, MN. One of the grain elevators burnt down since this photo was taken.
Now owned by Leah Stremming. A new house has been built here. It's elevated maybe 10 feet because of the floodplain.
I think this is the old Monnett place on S.R. 98, south of Bucyrus Ohio. The current location of Hords Elevator.