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to the right of the big horsebarn I can see wagons full of hay bales ready to be sent up the elevator into the haymow!
Delmar Schroeder, 7398 Road Q. Home was completed in ~1975. The large Schuette Oak in the back yard dates from the late 1700's; ~46" diameter at 4.5' elevation
, where a truck can just be seen in the drive, and that is the roof of their barn on the right. We used to play in that grain elevator. The locals used to brag that the elevator cost $1M when it was built.
This is where I learned to drive a tractor bring the crop to either elevator of Cromwell or Ligonier feed the cows when Gerald had severe bachache collected million of fresh eggs...... Missing this time of innocence.
St. Paris Feed and Grain elevator on US Route 36 (E. Main St.) St. Paris. The metal sided building in front burned to the ground in spring of 1976
John and Mary Morris farm at top with trees. Across from Horton Elevator, north of West Mansfield on Co Rd 20. Jim and Jana Mitchell now have
elevator, a general merchandise store, and a residence....all located along the rail road track- as pictured on your very decayed print. The town is gone
, elevator burned down many years ago, RR track is gone, and I doubt anyone lives there now. Interesting picture! My farm is 3 miles W/NW
Mason and renovated it over the next 11 years. It was elevated in 2016/17, and the roof replaced in 2017. The house is lovely now and used by the owner as an art studio and weekend respite.
Looking east. At lower left is now Ozinga Feed. The Elevator behind is now DFS (Dons Feed Service, a multi-location elevator & feed mill). Next
BP Feeds Grain Elevator and La Rose, Illinois. The Illinois Central Gulf line from Dwight to Washington is seen passing through the area.
Looking E/SE towards the La Rose, Illinois elevator along the Santa Fe Railway. The road is Marshall County Route 3. House is there, the elevator and camp cars are long gone.
. Only things that remain from this photo are the barn on the West and the House. Elevation of 1960' makes for a beautiful view from this acreage.
Corner of Hyde and Railroad Street in Wakeman village, facing east. Bottom left corner is the grain elevator. Long building is the old train depot. At that time the buildings on the left side of the road belonged to Shell Oil.
We’re looking south at the grain silos and elevator in the unincorporated community of Bell, Illinois, located about 2 miles north of Pontiac. The road is Illinois State Route 121, while the railroad is the Illinois Central.
Sloan Co-op Elevator, Sloan, Iowa. Older buildings in lower left are gone. Golf course in background is former farm of Greedy family.
Most of the outbuildings are gone. The grain elevator is still there. Corncribs along driveway are the site of a machine shed now. Family homestead of three generation ownership.
Super nice photo of Ridott,Illinois The Grain Elevator been torn down years ago and the Chicago & North Western Railroad been abandoned since the 70s. The Rockford & Interurban Railroad also run through Ridott
Glassford Saw Mill...Gary Herren Lives there Now...In the Back Ground in the Lewistown Grain Elevator
Looking south over the Carlock FS grain elevator and silo. The house, which is pinned on the map, is along West Washington Street. Carlock, Illinois.
, the church placed a new elevator lift located in front of sanctuary to the basement floor. The circle driveway is no longer visible and several trees have been cut down.
Gordon Viaduct/US 20 Cashway Lumber foreground, former Sioux City Terminal engine house left center, Central Soya/Cargill Elevator, BN (former GN Ry transfer yard now BNSF
Old Co-op Elevator (now gone), Beall Street and Old US-75, Sloan, Iowa.
Farmer City has a few Grain Elevators, but one small building I noticed was the old stock years, when we had cattle and pigs to sell, on the right side just below a long white shed, looks like a little house.
Was Minor & Audrey Dix Farm, went to school with their children,
??Sullivan owns and lives there now, Mrs. has horses and cats
across road are the Packard Elevator Grin Bins