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There is one grain elevator in La Salle, Manitoba, owned by Paterson Grain. The elevator is located on the CP La Riviere subdivision. It was listed in CP’s Canadian Grain Elevator and Terminal Directory as having a capacity of 4,150 metric tonnes.
The following elevators were built in La Salle*:
- A private elevator, built by Moise Cormier in 1902 or 1904, sold to N.M. Paterson in 1915
- Imperial Elevator, burned in 1908
- Ogilvie Flour Mills Elevator, moved to Dominion City in 1911
- N.M. Paterson elevator, built in 1938, expanded in 1940, 1955, 1964 and 1983. The 1983 expansion included adding two steel bins and a dust collection system.
* from “Then to Now – The History of La Salle, Manitoba”.
There is a lovely woodcut by Walter Joseph Phillips depicting one of La Salle’s grain elevators.
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 town of Crystal City is home to two grain elevators in 2014, a Paterson elevator with attached bins, and a former Pool elevator.
Crystal City used to be on the CP Napinka subdivision, but that was cut back to near Killarney in 2007 (approximately).
The two elevators have a combined capacity of 9,620 tonnes.