List of grain elevators

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List of notable grain elevators:

Canada

Alberta

Home Grain Co. wooden cribbed elevator at the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village in Alberta, Canada.

British Columbia

Manitoba

Saskatchewan

United States

Baltimore, Maryland

Buffalo, New York

a photo along Elevator Alley in Buffalo, New York
  • Cargill Pool Elevator, previously named the Saskatchewan Cooperative Elevator was built in 1925 offered a total holding capacity of 2.1 million bushels in 135 bins.
  • Cargill Superior elevator, marked as Cargill "S", built between 1914 and 1925.
  • Concrete-Central Elevator, Buffalo, New York The largest transfer elevator in the world at the time of its completion in 1917.
  • Connecting Terminal, Clearly visible from across canalside and the Commercial Slip the structure is now used for boat storage.
  • General Mills Plant, or "The Frontier Elevator" General Mill's Buffalo factory is a large scale grain mill and cereal production facility, most notably producing Gold Medal brand flour, Wheaties, Cheerios and other General Mills brand cereals.
  • Great Northern Elevator, built in 1897 by the Great Northern Railroad.
  • Lake & Rail Grain Elevator, part of the "elevator alley" The Lake and Rail produces over 2,700,00 pounds of flour a day.
  • Marine A grain elevator, also part of the "elevator alley" and across from the Lake & Rail Grain Elevator.
  • The Standard Elevator, was named after the Standard Milling Company and built in 1926.
  • Wollenberg Grain and Seed Elevator, wooden "country style" elevator formerly located in Buffalo, New York; destroyed by fire in October 2006.

Illinois

Minnesota

Historic Cooperative Elevator, a row of corrugated steel hopper bottom bins on the left and cribbed annex bins on the right, Crowell, Texas

North Dakota

Oklahoma

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Reading Company Grain Elevator near Center City, Philadelphia, now converted into offices

South Dakota

  • Zip Feed Tower, tallest occupiable structure in South Dakota from its construction in 1956-1957 until its demolition in December 2005.

Wyoming

Other countries

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