I’d like to welcome a new contributor, Aidan Wakely-Mulroney! He contributed a collection of grain elevator photos from Alberta and the northwestern USA to Grain Elevators of Canada. Please visit Aidan’s contributor page to learn more. Thank you, Aidan!
I’d like to welcome a new contributor to the site – Richard Woloshyn.
Richard contacted me to offer some grain elevator photos to fill some gaps in the list. He supplied images of elevators in places like Duck Lake, SK and Kirriemuir, AB. Thank you very much!
If you have some grain elevator photos to contribute, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re looking for photos that you took, or have the copyright for, and especially for photos of grain elevators not present on this site already or showing a different angle than what’s here already. Thanks for your contributions.
Ron LePage has contributed quite a few grain elevator photos recently, mostly from Alberta and Saskatchewan. Much appreciated!
You can see his contributor page and find a few elevators that he has submitted photos of.
If you’d like to contribute your photos of Canadian grain elevators, contact me at email@example.com. Thank you!
Ole Pedersen Kirkhus helped build some of the very early Pool elevators in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. He took photos of his work and coworkers and his family has graciously allowed us to post these rare photos.
You can see the full list of elevators on his contributor page, but I have included a few elevator photos here.
We are very grateful to his descendants for sending these photos in.
Please join me in welcoming Bill Jex as a contributor. Bill was a contributor to the first version of this site and has contributed many photos recently to the site, including elevators in:
Thank you, Bill!
If you’d like to contribute your photos of grain elevators in Canada to the site, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jeff Whyte is a new contributor to Grain Elevators of Canada. He is a Calgary-based photographer and has shared photos of a few elevators so far – see his contributor page for links and a link to his Instagram profile – and we look forward to more contributions in the future.
If you want to become a contributor, please contact me!
Marilee Manz is a new contributor to Grain Elevators of Canada. She is a photographer in Alberta and comes from a family of farmers, so grain elevators are especially meaningful to her.
She has shared a few grain elevators so far and we look forward to more contributions in the future.
If you want to contribute photos, contact me at email@example.com!
I was recently contacted by Greg Hamilton, the son of Donald Hamilton. Donald had taken many photographs of grain elevators in the late 1980s and early 1990s in his home province of Manitoba, and ventured into Saskatchewan and Alberta as well. Greg asked if I was interested in scanning those photos for use on this web site. Absolutely!
There are about 20 binders of photographs, organized by elevator company. I have scanned three binders to date and have started adding the photos to this site. In some cases Donald had photos of elevators that weren’t on this site – like Birdtail, Kelloe and Cracknell – and in other cases his photos are adding to existing elevator pages.
I expect it will be a long process to absorb this collection into the site, but Grain Elevators of Canada will be a better place for it and I am very grateful to Greg for allowing these photos to be scanned and shared.
We have a new contributor at Grain Elevators of Canada, Robert Lundin!
Robert is a photographer based in Stockholm, Sweden who has photographed numerous elevators during his photographic visits to Canada. He has graciously allowed his photographs to be included here.
You can visit his contributor page for a list of elevators he has contributed photos of.