Each has a watering tank for locomotives, a grain elevator, and a cattle pen, beside the track.
It was facing about the direction of the grain elevator—in that direction.
The village of Ordway had been moved away, nothing remained but the grain elevator.
With the development of Buffalo was identified the rise of lake navigation and the grain elevator.
A railway station, grain elevator, and one or more banks form the rest of its business equipment.
It is said that a grain elevator may go out of business, whereas here the use is fastened upon the land.
Because of this its functions are marked as clearly upon it as those of a grain elevator, a steamship or a piano.
Here in 1843 Joseph Dart erected the first grain elevator ever constructed.
For example, suppose that a $100,000 grain elevator burns during the night.
We started out the house, but we were stopped at the grain elevator.