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  • of the Masonic home. The train track is splitting our house off from the football field. To the left of that, the grain elevator, is gone, and is now
  • Waverly Grain Elevator Looking slightly North East down Kenilworth Street Waverly, Nebraska
  • Looking South toward W Rokeby Road Rokeby Elevator 1000 W Rokeby Road Lincoln, NE 68523
  • Directly across from the Orleans Elevator, is this house. Located in the NW corner of the intersection of U.S. 36 and Orleans Road, Alexander
  • Central Erie Supply. On the left was Stanley's Tavern and grocery store. Today the tavern is the Mason Jar Tavern. The elevator was torn down in 2013.
  • Along the Burlington Northern Railroad - now BNSF. There's an elevator track, then the Inland siding and the main.
  • This is our 3000sq ft earth shelter home that we built in 1987 into the hill,on 78 acres of land and on the 2nd highest elevation point in Carver
  • The Silver Creek Elevator, now Silver Creek Supply. Rd 115 at Rd 190.
  • on the adjacent back 40. The road has also changed; the sharp 30 mph corner has been changed to a more elevated 55 mph corner, making the driveway much longer
  • this photo on the wall, except it is not a print it is painted. It has some color issues in the painting like the elevator by the old chicken coop
  • Ashton grain elevator... I hauled wheat here from my dad's farms in the 50's. The angled "path" running along the far side of the elevator buildings
  • is the old AT&SF RR right-of-way. Notice all the trucks lined up to get to the scales. We're obviously in the middle of wheat harvest when the photo was taken. Only the far elevator and flat storage building remain today.
  • Burlington Northern Railroad that ran by the elevator has been abandoned.
  • of the barn. That whole area has trees and there is a bank there that drops right off. Strange that the basic elevation seems so different all around the property.
  • Packard Elevator at this time 1983 was owned by Harold Stark, then Steve took over, now it is Innovated Ag Service (IAS) in Packard on Packard Ave
  • Chestervale Elevator Inc., 1461 1025th Street, Illinois Route 121, Lincoln, Illinois. Illinois 121 runs L-R (S-N) in picture, as does the Illinois
  • Looking NE at the El Paso Elevator Co., Enright, Illinois. The road is Mc Lean County Road N 1600 East. The railroad is the Toledo, Peoria and Western. You’re just north of U.S. 24, and east of El Paso, Illinois.
  • Looking NW at the elevators and silos, the Octavia Fire Protection District, a Casey's General Store, and downtown Colfax, Illinois. Main Street
  • of the old Blackland Elevator, and southwest of the town of Boody, northwest of Blue Mound. This farmhouse was owned by Verne Pistorius, and is the first
  • Rokeby elevator. Rokeby is an unincorporated community in Lancaster County, Nebraska. A post office was established in Rokeby in 1894. It remained
  • in operation until 1919. The elevator was probably built in the 1920s. It was operated by the Munns family in 1945. Probably had not been used since
  • storage, remain from the elevator and grain mill. One now holds building materials, and the other is a large factory where homes are built. The grain elevator was demolished in March of 2006.
  • Just south of the silos and elevator seen in Photo 18-OLO-18, is this farm. We’re in the unincorporated community of Bell, Illinois, about 2 miles north of Pontiac. View looks south.
  • in or sit at our elevated perch in the doorway to stare across the countryside and absorb the summer wind blowing in, the horse stalls where we kept
  • grandparents in "the Ridge" every summer, Park & Emma Jarrett, they lived in the house across the street from the elevator. We'd walk by the schoolhouse
  • At the time of the photo, this was McDaniel Grain Co at the south end of Geuda Springs. You're viewing from the SE looking NW. This is now part of the Two Rivers Co-op assemblage of elevators in Sumner & Cowley counties.
  • Just south of the silos and elevator seen in Photo 18-OLO-18, is this farm. We’re in the unincorporated community of Bell, Illinois, about 2 miles north of Pontiac. View looks south.

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