Random mutterings, observations, and comments on what ever comes to mind. Photos will be posted.
We see a lot of those around here--- They come in on unit trains from the east, fill silos for loading on ships at the Port of Kalama and the Port of Longview. I imagine that much is shipped out of the Port of Vancouver as well.
Love the rusty texture in these train cars as well as the industrial look.MersadMersad Donko Photography
Feeding the masses.
Must be a big industry whith those trains and all.
There have been some really long trains going past my place.
I saw so many of these on a trip to Montana
I've never had the opportunity to see these loaded or emptied. It would be interesting to learn more about them.Thanks for linking up at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2020/05/meet-tommy.html
It is always encouraging to see the cars waiting to be loaded at the granaries. They are often "taken for granted." Thank you for sharing!
Grain elevators remind me of a flying vacation we had crossing Canada in our Piper Arrow. We landed at a grass strip in the prairies where they stood tall like beacons leading to the runway. A local canola farmer came over to talk and took us on a driving tour to see his bright yellow flowered crops and the whole town. It ended with Saskatoon berry pie his wife made right there in their home kitchen. Such a great memory. Thanks. - Margy
Great for food production! Have a great week. Sylvia D.
I don't see these in my corner of the world. How interesting!
Such buildings Always make great pictures.