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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.
The town of Tilston, Manitoba has two grain elevators. One is an original Manitoba Pool grain elevator and the other was originally a Lake of the Woods grain elevator that was acquired by the Pool.
The Manitoba Pool elevator was built by the cooperative #61 in the late 1920s.
The Lake of the Woods elevator has FIVE ROSES FLOUR on the side, a brand of the former Lake of the Woods company.
It’s not clear if either of the two Tilston grain elevators are still in use.
The town was served by Canadian Pacific until 1976, when a bridge near Lauder was washed out. In 2015 two tornadoes were reported in the Tilston area.
For more information, please visit this post on the Traingeek blog.