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Manitoba
History

No. 87


War
Memorials
in Manitoba


This Old
Elevator


Abandoned
Manitoba


Memorable
Manitobans


Historic Sites
of Manitoba

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Manitoba Pool Grain Elevator (Harding, RM of Wallace-Woodworth)

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A 30,000 wooden grain elevator at Harding, on the CPR Lenore Subdivision in what is now the Rural Municipality of Wallace-Woodworth, was constructed around 1929 by Manitoba Pool Elevators. It was closed on 31 July 1971 and later demolished.

Agents / Buyers

Period

Agent / Buyer

1929-1930

W. P. Waters

1930-1942

D. Kirkpatrick

1942-1951

A. J. M. Hall

1951-1965

A. S. King

1965-1968

David J. Reynolds

1968-1969

Ronald N. Maryniuk

1969-1971

Ken R. Spencer

1971

Marvin M. Kowalchuk

Photos & Maps

Aerial view of the former Manitoba Pool grain elevator at Harding

Aerial view of the former Manitoba Pool grain elevator at Harding (1964)
Source: Manitoba Air Photo Library, A18597-51.

No photo

Site Location (lat/long): N49.98960, W100.53590
denoted by symbol on the map above

Sources:

Manitoba Pool Fonds, S. J. McKee Archives, Brandon University.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough and Denis Sabourin (Denis Sabourin Geomatics).

Page revised: 29 October 2017

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