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Grain Elevators Of Canada By Chris Attrell
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A Calendar of grain elevators in western Canada.
2011 Sask Grain Elevator Calendar By Chris Attrell
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Grain elevators of Saskatchewan.
Grain Elevators of Alberta Canada 2014 By Wilson Hui
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Full colour photos of some of the most beautiful remaining wooden grain elevators in Alberta Canada against the Western Canadian prairie backdrop. Locations include Southern Alberta, Central Alberta,... More > and Northern Alberta. These magnificent grain elevators were all visited during the Summer of 2013. As of 2013, there's approximately 100 wooden grain elevators left standing in Alberta where 80 years ago there would have been over 1000. Each year we lose a few more due to fire or demolition. Wilson Hui Complete list of locations: Acadia Valley, Alberta Arrowwood, Alberta Brant, Alberta Butze, Alberta Esther, Alberta Forestburg, Alberta Herronton, Alberta Kirriemuir, Alberta Milo, Alberta Myrnam, Alberta Nanton, Alberta Strome, Alberta Warwick, Alberta< Less
American Colossus: The Grain Elevator, 1843 to 1943 By William J. Brown
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The first full-length history of the American grain elevator, from 1843 to 1943. Eight black and white illustrations, appendix, index, bibliography.
Grain Elevators of Alberta : 2014-2015 Calendar By Wilson Hui
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Grain elevators of Alberta Canada taken 2013 by amateur photographer Wilson Hui of Calgary Alberta. Featuring the exotic grain elevators of: Andrew Butze Esther Hines... More > Creek Legal Magrath Myrnam Nanton Olds Raley Scandia Sharples Skiff Spruce Grove Strome Warner Warwick Wrentham Visit blurred.ca< Less
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pixelgrain :: mapping transition in the Canadian prairies http://www.year01.com/pixelgrain A web project by artists Michael Alstad + Leah Lazariuk, pixelgrain is an online repository of documents and... More > ideas linked to the fading symbol of the Canadian prairie grain elevator. By systematically documenting and mapping these disappearing structures the artists portray a parallel rural community in the midst of transition. pixelgrain also functions as a web portal that utilises Geographic Information Systems and online social networks to create a participatory collaborative document that will evolve and grow over time. pixelgrain was presented by Year Zero One - a media art organisation that produces and curates electronic media art media art through networked exhibitionsand site-responsive public art projects. http://www.year01.com< Less
2014 Train Calendar By Steve Boyko
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Railway photography in Canada, in the Prairie provinces and beyond. This calendar features scenes from Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, New Brunswick and even one from North Dakota.
Alberta Perspectives By Melissa Ketler
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A 2013 photo journey calendar focusing on the beauty of Central and Southern Alberta. These shots are from Johnston's Canyon, Calgary, Banff, Canmore, Caroline, Drumheller and Nanton. The prairies... More > are scattered with historic viewpoints and these are just a few. All photos are original works by Melissa Ketler, a resident of Calgary, Alberta.< Less
Thirty Years in the Making By Dale Katterhenry
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Humorous events that take place in a central Illinois grain elevator and the friendships made.
Queen City Flash By Gary Earl Ross
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Queen City Flash, a collection of short-short stories from 32 writers tied to Western New York, a region known for snow, the assassination of President McKinley, and the invention of the chicken... More > wing. But Buffalo is largely forgotten as the first city lit by electricity or as the birthplace of the windshield wiper, the dedicated cancer laboratory, air conditioning, sponge candy, the electric chair, the pacemaker, the grain elevator, Cheerios, kazoos, Mentholatum, Keri lotion, and non-dairy whipped topping. A region with so many wonderful stories stitched into its skin couldn’t help but produce so many storytellers with wonderfully divergent voices and styles. So relax. Reflect. Laugh. Gasp. Shiver. Sigh. Smile. Enjoy.< Less