This old elevator stands in the Western Development Museum in North Battleford, Saskatchwan, Canada. It’s been nicely restored and looks safe and sound.
North Battleford’s Western Development Museum gives visitors a look at what rural life was like at the turn of the century. Indoor displays include exhibits on home and farm chores, and there are a number of horse-drawn and early automobiles. The outdoor displays include over 30 houses and businesses from the 1920s, as well as a grain elevator built in 1928 and a 1913 railway station.
Address: Junction Hwy’s 16 & 40 North Battleford SK.
Here is another very interesting site with stories of the old prairie icons: