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The Teulon grain elevator is an elevator with an annex and attached bins in the center of town. The elevator is owned by N.M. Paterson.
Teulon was on the CP Arborg subdivision until it was cut back to south of Stonewall. The elevator with annexes and bins has a capacity of 3,390 tonnes of grain.
There was a Manitoba Pool / Agricore grain elevator in Teulon with a capacity of 4,560 tonnes. It disappeared from the Canadian Grain Commission’s list of licensed elevators between 2002 and 2003.
Other Paterson grain elevators
The Netley grain elevator is a former Agricore elevator, originally built by Manitoba Pool. It was shut down in October 2000.
The Steele Bridge Farms grain elevator is a private elevator located on their farm. It is located near Gladstone, Manitoba near the area known as Woodside and is visible from the Yellowhead Highway.
This elevator is on private property.
Nearby grain elevators:
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The Katrime grain elevator stands by the CN Gladstone subdivision, southeast of the town of Gladstone.
This elevator was a Manitoba Pool elevator with a capacity of 4,000 tonnes of grain in the elevator and attached annex. It became privately owned sometime during or before 2008. It has no rail service as the siding has been removed for some time.
It appears to still be in use for storage.
Katrime’s rail passenger station is now on display at the Manitoba Agricultural Museum. It is a small structure, built in 1919 by the Canadian Northern Pacific railway.