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Ronnie Davis grain
. Don Bowen farm across the road.
Looking East Kansas
Limestone St at Chestnut St Section 6 Liberty Township
with the old Water Tower still in place. Gym for the Fremont school just below the water tower.
This is the Sugar Ridge OH Grain
, still operating today. a shot of Long Street is seen running East to West, I lived at the East end of Long
the HUGE hill coming out of the
, which today appears to be not much more than a handicap ramp. LOL
I grew up in the house across from the grain
(house is hidden by some trees). Now there's a house between the Snyder house and the one I
at Coles Station was an annex for Staley’s & Tate and Lyle recently sold to MMV Farms
possibly jones now
Kirby, Ohio. The Grain
is owned by the DeLong Company in 2015 but was a Landmark Facility in 1972.
this is the grain
and co op in pigeon.looking north.
Ferris, Illinois, on the old CB&Q. I believe this is looking North, therefore the TP&W tracks are to the South of this
. Looks like a lot has changed.
this is known as the Emil Schluter home in sedan. looks very similar to this day.Emil had installed an
for his wife that was disabled at the time.
across the tracks from the Horton
on Co Rd 20. Now part of the Whitney Farm
"Farmer's Storage" grain
in Essex, Missouri. Still there.
in Florence.Illinois Photo shows the Milwaukee Road Railroad now Abandoned
. All the bins and feed mill equipment are gone now.
This would be the fertilizer joint just up the DTI from Metamora
mt siblings and I went to grade school in the Esmond school in the fore ground. Began my management career at the small wooden
to the left
of the the school.In the late 1960's the large 350,000 bushel concrete slip form grain
, attached steel bin aaaand new office and scale were
. Milwaukee Railroad tracks running across picture behind buildings.
, now an antique shop.
, now Mennco Grain-Wharton.
The Hintzsche's purchased the Troxel grain
in 1962 from A.H. Wittry & Co who had owned the
going back to at least 1930
. The original
structure was constructed around 1910. The town of Troxel was created when the Illinois, Iowa & Minnesota railway was constructed
in 1904. The railroad ran to the left of the grain
shown above, from Aurora to Rockford. The Milwaukee Road eventually owned the rail line
This is likely near the former Savona Station/grain
at OH-503 and Arcanum Hollansburg Rd at the intersection of the Cincinnati Northern and Big Four/C.C.C. & St L. railroads.
Based on the tracks at the top of this photo, this appears to be near the intersection of two railroads or where there was a siding, perhaps near a grain
Scheaffer's garage, west side of Rt 83 where Rt 303 jogs, Grafton. The
RR on the overpass is in the background.
Grew up in McCallsburg so mamy of these building are gone now including the two grain
. Can not see my house though. Wish I could.
Building to the right of the house says "Chizek
& Transport Inc".
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