Relics of the past include 3 well-preserved elevators, a bank, hardware store, livery barn, one room school and even a funeral parlour.
East of Tofield, the familiar red elevator still stands beside Highway 14.
The elevator is now a museum. Farmers Market is nearby in the quonset
Part of the Rotary Park and St. Albert Museum. They recently painted the Alberta Wheat Pool elevator in it's original teal colours.
Vanishing from the prairie landscape, they were the landmarks of every town across the prairies.
This elevator has yellow roof panels.
Early July brings much of Alberta's landscabpe ablaze in yellow as the canola blooms.
This panorama was taken in Bon Accord, just north of Edmonton.
Grimshaw is one of the very large grain producing areas in the Peace River region in northern Alberta. It also marks Mile 0 of the Mackenzie Highway which leads to Yellowknife, Northwest Territories.
Home of the museum and farmer's market
The interior of an elevator at Carnegie Mellon University.
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