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Bolivar, MO, looking ENE. Tall concrete structure is MFA grain elevator. Quonset buildings are now Hawk Fertilizer. They used to be Teters Floral
on the left was the Reed general store. In 1960 the larger building was the Centerton Elevator. The dark building on the right was a small railroad station
Bluford Grain Elevator owned by the Sneed family of Bluford, Il. In the back ground is the long abondoned Illinois Central Coal Shoot from the days of the Steam Engine when the Bluford Yards were active.
This was the Conover Grain Elevator. Now it is a private residence. The grain leg and all of the grain bins have been torn down.
then was the tiny grain bin, which we filled each fall and unloaded usually when the temperature was about 12 degrees (F), and probably saved about $25 in storage fees at the grain elevator.
New construction of Route 22 before Hanlin Station road location was changed and elevation dropped for the overpass.
, Harold Etzel. He added the large grain elevator and eventually a new machine shed as well. When I was a child, in 1948, the barns were red. Around 1960
Manor, still one of the most unique homes in the area, is situated on a high elevation of land. The Manor looks out over sloping green fields, a fresh
East end of former Milwaukee Road East Yard. Four round concrete columns are remains of Sioux City Elevated Railway that once crossed all the rail
operation is no longer extant, nor is the house in the photo. The bins and elevator legs are still there, however.
This view is over Rising IL looking East, Rising Road crossing left to right. The Rising Grain Elevator is on the right side of the tracks. FS plant
by "Butch" Morris. Wheat harvest in full swing as this was taken, with local farm trucks lined up to dump at the Ashton elevator (out of site at bottom of the photo).
Bolivar, MO, looking east. MO Hwy 13 runs diagonal from middle left to upper right. Elevator at middle left is now Bolivar Farmers Market. Frisco RR
South end of Geuda Springs, with the Wayne Lacey home in the foreground and the McDaniel Grain Co elevator complex in the background. I pinned the photo to the Lacey home location.
Along the Burlington Northern Railroad - now BNSF. There's an elevator track, then the Inland siding and the main.
on the adjacent back 40. The road has also changed; the sharp 30 mph corner has been changed to a more elevated 55 mph corner, making the driveway much longer
This is our 3000sq ft earth shelter home that we built in 1987 into the hill,on 78 acres of land and on the 2nd highest elevation point in Carver
this photo on the wall, except it is not a print it is painted. It has some color issues in the painting like the elevator by the old chicken coop
Ashton grain elevator... I hauled wheat here from my dad's farms in the 50's. The angled "path" running along the far side of the elevator buildings
is the old AT&SF RR right-of-way. Notice all the trucks lined up to get to the scales. We're obviously in the middle of wheat harvest when the photo was taken. Only the far elevator and flat storage building remain today.
of the barn. That whole area has trees and there is a bank there that drops right off. Strange that the basic elevation seems so different all around the property.
Burlington Northern Railroad that ran by the elevator has been abandoned.
Packard Elevator at this time 1983 was owned by Harold Stark, then Steve took over, now it is Innovated Ag Service (IAS) in Packard on Packard Ave
Blackland Elevator, and southwest of the town of Boody, northwest of Blue Mound. This farmhouse was owned by Verne Pistorius, and is the first house just
in or sit at our elevated perch in the doorway to stare across the countryside and absorb the summer wind blowing in, the horse stalls where we kept