List of grain elevators
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List of notable grain elevators:
- Acadia Valley - Prairie Elevator Museum, former Alberta Wheat Pool converted into a tea house / museum.
- Alberta Central Railroad Museum - former Alberta Wheat Pool, second oldest standing grain elevator in Alberta, moved from Hobbema.
- Andrew - former Alberta Wheat Pool, restored into a museum.
- Castor - former Alberta Pacific, restored into a museum.
- Big Valley - Alberta Wheat Pool used as a museum complete with a train station and Roundhouse.
- Edmonton - Ritchie Mill, former flour mill converted into restaurants, law offices and condos.
- Esther - former Alberta Wheat Pool, restored into a museum.
- Haselwood Mill - Alberta's oldest seed cleaning mill, operated from the 1930s to 1960s.
- Heritage Acres Farm Museum - restored United Grain Growers elevator moved from Brocket.
- Heritage Park Historical Village, former Security Elevator Co. LTD. moved from Shonts 
- Kinuso - United Grain Growers with Original UGG Logo.
- Leduc - former Alberta wheat Pool saved from demolition now a museum.
- Lougheed -
- Mayerthorpe - 1966 Federal Grain Co. now an interpretive center.
- Meeting Creek, a refurbished Alberta Wheat Pool, Pacific Grain elevator and CN train station.
- Nanton - Canadian Grain Elevator Discovery Centre, three elevators saved from demolition and preserved to educate visitors about the town's, and Alberta's, agricultural history.
- Radway - Krause Milling Co. restored into a museum.
- Raley - oldest standing grain elevator on its original site in Alberta, built in 1909 maintaining many of its original features.
- Rowley - a United Grain Growers, and Alberta Wheat Pool elevators saved from demolition by locals and now fully restored.
- Scandia - 1920s Alberta Wheat Pool now a museum.
- South Peace Centennial Museum, United Grain Growers moved from Albright.
- Spruce Grove - Spruce Grove Grain Elevator Museum, 1958 Alberta Wheat Pool, saved from demolition and maintained as an operating museum.
- St. Albert - 1906 Alberta Grain Co. and 1929 Alberta Wheat Pool Elevators now restored.
- Stirling Elevator, near Stirling, Alberta, Canada, built 1998-1999.
- Stettler - 1920 Parrish and Heimbecker grain elevator / feed mill and coal shed, last to stand in Alberta now protected and restored as a museum.
- Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village - Former Home Grain Co. moved from Bellis
- Warner - Warner elevator row, last surviving elevator row in Alberta with a total of six elevators. Currently unprotected.
- Creston - former Alberta Wheat Pool (1936) and United Grain Growers (1937) elevators that still stand tall on the edge of the downtown core in the middle of the Creston Valley.
- Dawson Creek - restored and refurbished as a community art gallery.
- Inglis - Inglis elevator row, last surviving elevator row in Manitoba with a total of four elevators. Now designated and protected as a National Historic Site of Canada.
- Niverville - Western Canada's first grain elevator, erected by William Hespeler in 1879 
- Plum Coulee - grain elevator refurbished as a restaurant and meeting rooms.
- Edam - former Saskatchewan Wheat Pool now a museum.
- Fleming - oldest standing grain elevator on its original site in Canada, built in 1895 and maintaining many of its original features.
- Gravelbourg - Former Saskatchewan Wheat Pool saved from demolition and now a museum.
- Indian Head - experimental farm grain elevator refurbished as a Café, coffee house.
- North Battleford Heritage Museum - former Saskatchewan Wheat Pool moved from North Battleford.
- Sukanen Ship Pioneer Village and Museum - former Victoria - McCabe moved from Mawer.
- Val Marie - former Federal and 1967 Centennial Saskatchewan Wheat Pool now museums.
- Western Development Museum, former Saskatchewan Wheat Pool moved from ??.
- Wood Mountain - former Saskatchewan Wheat Pool now a museum.
- Baltimore and Ohio Locust Point Grain Terminal Elevator, one of the largest grain terminal elevators to be constructed in the early 20th century, with a capacity of 3.8 billion bushels in Baltimore, Maryland.
- Silo Point, currently being reconstructed from a grain elevator to a condominium located in Baltimore, Maryland.
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.
- Armour's Warehouse, constructed in 1861–62 on the north bank of the Illinois-Michigan Canal in Seneca, Illinois.
- Northwestern Consolidated Milling Company Elevator A, also known as the Ceresota Building and "The Million Bushel Elevator" was a receiving and public grain elevator built by the Northwestern Consolidated Milling Company in 1908 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
- Peavey–Haglin Experimental Concrete Grain Elevator, St. Louis Park, Minnesota, USA, built in 1899–1900.
- Saint Paul Municipal Grain Terminal, in St. Paul, Minnesota, on the NRHP.
- North Dakota Mill and Elevator, largest flour mill in the United States, located in Grand Forks, North Dakota.
- Bricktown, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma is home to OKC Rocks, a former grain elevator that has been turned into an indoor rock climbing facility located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
- Ingersoll Tile Elevator, elevator constructed of hollow red clay tiles, located in Ingersoll, Oklahoma.
- Reading Company Grain Elevator, export elevator in Philadelphia converted into offices.
- Zip Feed Tower, tallest occupiable structure in South Dakota from its construction in 1956-1957 until its demolition in December 2005.
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- Acadia Valley elevator
- Alberta Central Railroad Museum
- Castor elevator
- Big Valley elevator
- Ritchie Mill - Edmonton
- Heritage Acres
- Calgary Heritage Park
- Alberta Legacy Development Society - Leduc
- Mayerthorpe elevator
- Meeting Creek elevator
- Canadian Grain Elevator Discovery Center - Nanton
- Radway elevator
- South Peace Centennial Museum
- St. Albert elevator
- Stettler elevator
- Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village
- Sukanen Ship Pioneer Village & Museum