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  • George and Irene Norman and their children Rodney, Kevin and Pasty lived here and Irene still does. Located just South of Yeddo past the elevator.
  • Grain Elevator that once stood in the east side of South Blackhawk Blvd in Rockton Illinois
  • Wharton Elevator, now Mennco Grain-Wharton.
  • The Terhune Grain Elevator, with Railcars loading. That is no longer there. You can also see Calvert's General Store in lower right. That building was in the opening scene of Hoosiers.
  • Grain elevator in Elwell, Seville Township, Gratiot County, Michigan. The train track in the foreground is now the Fred Meijer Heartland Trail.
  • Cleves, Iowa. Elevator now run by IAS and just recently put in much larger grain bins.
  • 5 Points grain elevator owned by Swanberg, Weeden, and Barshingers. Joiner farm in the foreground and Swanberg farm over on 5 Points rd.
  • Village of Carey with the U.S. Commission Company Carey Grain Elevator in the center.
  • This used to be the Conover Grain Elevator but is now the F & S Bait farm. All of the grain bins used to store grain are gone.
  • This shows the former King Feed Elevator which was located on IL-9 East of Blandinsville Illinois.
  • Old SR66 bridge in front of Houston elevator before 66 moved to behind the white house
  • Pagels Pub and Grub. All of the farm buildings are gone. The grain elevator to the right has been removed and all that remains is the building.
  • John Deere dealer and the Shinrock Elevator.
  • Whitney Farm - dairy on the south side. Just west of the Horton Elevator
  • The original grain elevator at this location, called Frontenac, was constructed and operated by Samuel Shimp (Naperville Heritage Society archives
  • ). Later, the elevator was owned by Charles Barr in the early 1900s. In 1911 the Plainfield Grain Company was formed as a cooperative and purchased
  • this location. The Frontenac elevator was said to have a storage capacity of 25,000 bushels (The Grain Dealers Journal, 1911). Many of the early wood-frame
  • Downtown Arthur, showing two sets of railroad tracks. The elevators and the tracks next to them are long gone.
  • Elevator Road in Roscoe Illinois photo also shows the Chicago & North Western Railroad
  • East of Ogden, along 150, this Elevator is still there
  • Chebanse IL Grain Elevator
  • This is Danny Froman's grain elevator business on Hwy 6 & 13 just north of Gallatin.
  • Hansen-Mueller Terminal, Summit Street at I-280 bridge over Maumee River, Toledo, Ohio. Across the river is Nabisco Elevator and American Ship Building and Drydock.
  • wingerton elevator feed mill building still there leitersburg pike south of greencastle
  • Co-op elevator along the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway at Blountsville IN
  • Orleans elevator

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