Tyndall Grain Elevator

Tyndall grain elevator
Grain elevator in Tyndall, Manitoba

The town of Tyndall, Manitoba has a single grain elevator. This elevator was built in the early 1950s to replace the original Tyndall grain elevator, built by the Lake of the Woods in 1920. In 1960 an annex was added and it became a Manitoba Pool elevator. It became privately owned in 1971.

The grain elevator has a balloon annex on one side and an office on the other side.

There is a Facebook group dedicated to the former rail line that served Tyndall and Beausejour.

Other Manitoba Pool grain elevators

Beausejour Grain Elevator

Viterra grain elevator in Beausejour, MB

The town of Beausejour, Manitoba hosts a single concrete grain elevator. This elevator is owned by Viterra and has a capacity of 12,070 tonnes. The elevator is served by the Lake Line Railroad.

Beausejour Grain Elevator

The town used to have a Manitoba Pool grain elevator but that was demolished on September 30, 2012.

Other grain elevators that existed in Beausejour include:

  • 1916, Lake of the Woods, 18,000 bushels – destroyed by lightning
  • 1921, Dominion Elevator Company
  • 1953 or 1954, Manitoba Pool built Pool A
  • 1959, UGG acquired the Dominion elevator company elevators (2 at that time)
  • 1959, Lake of the Woods elevator became Pool B (came down sometime between 2001 and 2007)
Beausejour grain elevator
Beausejour grain elevators – Pool A, Dominion Malting, UGG (L-R)

Viterra grain elevators