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See grain elevator every time I go down St Rt 36. River Rd.
The old grain elevator at Janette and Wagner. Elnore Doyle ran it for..... A to Z Auto is in the foreground and the car is on I-70. Bob Slater residence is in the background on Illini Ave.
The wooden elevator was owned by MD King Milling Co. Elevator to the right was owned by Quincy Soybean. Dean and Lorrie Hall in two story white
Grew up in the house on the right side of photo. Mother worked in the office of the grain elevator (center). Elevator has been demolished as well
This is the Hallock grain elevator, constructed in 1910 by Herron-Patterson Grain Company. As reported in the Grain Dealer's Journal, the original structure had a 30,000 bushel capacity.
Possibly the road along the South side of old School House and along the Elevator. Maybe the old railroad track along right edge.
Gays IL Grain Elevator. Gone now
This is the grain elevator in Frisco TX located at the end of Main Street of the West end of town. Today the big elevator building is just about all
Richmnod St. Elevator, old fire station, "Ace" Shanyfelt home (lower left now gone). Chester Bonnell home (center).
This is the Old Schuder Farm. It no longer exists. Richards Elevator, a construction company, and Silgas now occupy the land.
Western Iowa Co-op Elevator, Sloan, Iowa. View is looking south.
Village of Swanders and Swanders Farmers Elevator. In 2018 the elevator and the feed mill along Fort Loramie-Swanders Road are long gone,as well
Holden Turkey farm. Hwy 19 runs between the two long buildings and the elevator.
Holden Turkey farm on Hwy 19 just east out of Northfield. The elevator is just out of frame to the left (west)
Looking SW at the grain elevator in Dunker, Illinois. The railroad is the Illinois Central Freeport to Centralia ‘Gruber Line
This set of buildings are located on the south side of Route 133 near the height of elevation of Rt 133. The view from this farm is excellent and thus the farm is called Grand View.
Mcintire Iowa Grain Elevator CGW cars in the background only one of these buildings still exist
Vallonia Grain Co. owned by the Sparks family from 1957-1997
fire destroyed the wooden elevator building in 1990 most of the other structures have been torn down and replaced with steel grain bins
Grain Elevator in South Sioux City, Nebraska
Looking north along the Norfolk and Western Railway at the elevator and silos in unincorporated Blue Ridge, Illinois. Piatt County Road 3300N
is the road seen crossing the railroad. Located about 5-miles NE of Mansfield, Illinois. In December of 2017, the wooden elevator, seen on the east side of the tracks, burned down.
Blue Ridge Elevator. It has not been used since the 1980s. The scale house is now gone.
The Post Office was in the little dark building at the left edge of the photo, across the road from the elevator. It closed in the 1930's or 1940's
. It had been a grocery too since the Swanders Crossing rail stop was created about 1856-1860 at James Swander's request. The elevator and train stop were on his farm land, north side of the road.
and stores to purchase feed. It was my elevator from 1950's until it closed; my grandfather was one of the farmers who formed the cooperative about 1920.
Shideler Grain elevator. The office building in this picture is no longer there and much more grain storage has been added. Still operated by the same family!
The south side of SR 511 east of Quarry Rd, Oberlin. Only the house remains from this photo and a couple of new buildings are now there. I bought an old grain elevator from a farmer that lives almost across the street.
Jamaica, IL. C&EI Railroad passing grain Elevator, Jamaica Rd running left to right across bottom of photo.