Grain Elevator’s are known throughout the prairies as sentinels that dotted the skyline. They often had their community and operators name painted on the sides. These painted names would still appear on an elevator long after the town had either disappeared or been amalgamated into another community. A grain elevator spelled prosperity for any town that was along the railroad. Many of these cultural landmarks have been lost but some have thankfully survived.
This recycled cardboard model kit, measuring at 5 1/2”L x 7 1/4”H x 4”D, is a perfect display piece. All pieces are fully customizable, so draw, paint, tape, and glue to create your own mini version of this local monument.