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Holcomb, IL. Neidlingers Elevator,now Heuber's. Long building across the street was Swenson Grocery which closed later on, and burned in early 90's
complete with a elevator. It was once a hatchery. The home and barns were built in and around 1885. This is where my mother had her beauty shop
. The house was sold but the barn was torn down. If i remember right the barn was a chicken farm with an elevator. It was about 4-5 stories high. George
was the original path of the railroad tracks prior to the 1910's when they were elevated through Covington.
Graham family farm, late summer of 1971.
It's harvest time for the hay, as the elevator and wagon are out, looks like the wheat has already been
Roanoke Farmers Association, FS, 1861 Illinois Route 116, Roanoke, Illinois. The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Pekin District serves the elevator at the time of this picture.
This was the Shepard Homestead. The family owned multiple grain elevators in the surrounding towns. Currently the property is a rental and in very rough shape.
Former site of the Laketon Grain elevator and the Erie Lackawanna station. Laketon Grain burned down in the late '60s, and the EL station was torn
Farley Elevator/Coop now closed. Currently owned by Mo Dept of Transportation. Son Hendrix barn on far right now gone. Farley State Band built at this location. Later become BankLiberty. Now closed and privately owned.
. It was also a gas station for many years, but the pumps were removed in the 70's. This is directly across from the Columbus Elevator. I grew up in the house directly across the street.
The gambrel roofed barn is 60% collapsed and the remaining barns are surrounded by weeds and trees. You can also see the cob burner for the elevator in the top right corner of the photo.
Looking north toward Cornland, Illinois. Illinois Route 54 is the main road, with Sheldon Street branching off. Logan Street is seen in the background crossing the Illinois Central Gulf by the elevators.
BNSF Railway loaded unit grain trains here until Cargill closed the elevator last year
and the built a hay elevator to put the hay to the top of the barn instead of throwing it. They quit farming when the dairy wanted them to go to a bulk tank
Hastings Irrigation Pipe & CPI COOP/ grain elevator on Highway 6 & Showboat Blvd
in front of the machine shed and elevated for a 3 stall stable and the cob house by the center trees (not seen) was moved and put on a slab for the garden shed. The hedge rows are still here.
Bowman's / DeLong Co was on south side of tracks (right) and Terra was on north side (left). DeLong Co now owns both sides - elevator on the south is gone and new ones were built on the north side.
gone replaced by another building
Main St/CR 13/Burgoon Rd just east of the elevator directly across from Post Office
Section 28 Jackson Township
Looking east, along the Toledo, Peoria, and Western Railway, at the elevator and silos located in Meadows, Illinois. For a view looking west see 1992 Photo 5-ULI-15
The business in the picture is Bob's Feed and Supply in Melbourne, IA. My dad, William H Robinson, was the manager of the elevator at the time
J. H. Hawes Elevator, 199-293 SW 2nd St, Atlanta, Illinois. Where the Thermogas building is, today is a park. Railroad is the Illinois Central Gulf's, ex-ALTON RR, Chicago to St. Louis mainline. View is looking east.
Walnut. The large building and grain elevator along the railroad are gone. Walnut was the original alignment of U.S. 24 before the bypass was built.
My dad, my brother Dennie and I painted this grain elevator in the 1950's. It required a 60' ladder and we had to hang on to the top rung
. Notice the two ALCO RS2s in the lower RH corner! WOW!! The grain elevator is Forrest Grain. The two streets that cross the railroad are Center Street