Elm Creek Grain Elevators

The town of Elm Creek currently hosts two grain elevators, one owned by Cargill and one privately owned. The concrete Cargill elevator is on the CP Glenboro subdivision.

The Cargill grain elevator in Elm Creek, Manitoba

The former Pool elevator is on a wye off the Glenboro subdivision, on what used to be the CP Carman subdivision.

The former Pool elevator in Elm Creek, Manitoba.
The former Pool elevator in Elm Creek, Manitoba.

Fredensthal West Grain Elevator

The Fredensthal West grain elevator, May 18, 2014.
The Fredensthal West grain elevator, May 18, 2014.

I visited the Fredensthal West grain elevator, which is just northeast of the town of Emerson. It stands essentially alone, outside the town, and does not have a siding any more on the CP Emerson subdivision.

It was an Agricore elevator, which presumably went to Viterra but it is not listed on their list of Manitoba elevators. The elevator and annex have a combined capacity of 4,720 tonnes.

The Fredensthal West grain elevator.

The first grain elevator in Fredensthal was built by the Lake of the Woods in 1902. Its first agent was Bill Langenase.

Other Manitoba Pool grain elevators

Welcome

Cypress River Grain Elevators 20140510 SLB-21
The Cypress River grain elevators.

Welcome to the Manitoba Grain Elevators web site. This site is dedicated to those prairie sentinels, the grain elevator, once found in almost every prairie town. They are disappearing from the landscape and this site was created to pay homage to them and document the remaining elevators in Manitoba, Canada.

My project for 2014 is to photograph as many extant grain elevators in Manitoba as I can.

The grain elevator in Clearwater, MB
The grain elevator in Clearwater, MB