Silo #5 - Grain elevator complex - Montreal : News Photo

Silo #5 - Grain elevator complex - Montreal

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The large and familiar grain elevator complex located at the foot of McGill Street and the mouth of the LachineCanal, popularly known as Silo No. 5, was built over a period of more than fifty years, starting in 1903. It is an example of the remarkable grain elevator technology used in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, when Canada's last steel silos were built, including Elevator B, which was the city's most imposing industrial structure for many years.
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The large and familiar grain elevator complex located at the foot of McGill Street and the mouth of the LachineCanal, popularly known as Silo No. 5, was built over a period of more than fifty years, starting in 1903. It is an example of the remarkable grain elevator technology used in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, when Canada's last steel silos were built, including Elevator B, which was the city's most imposing industrial structure for many years.
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The large and familiar grain elevator complex located at the foot of... News Photo 157045329Canada,Complex,Elevator,Feet,Finance,Geographical Locations,Grain,Horizontal,Large,Montreal,Mouth,Period,Quebec,Routine,StartPhotographer Collection: Moment © 2012 Nino H. PhotographyThe large and familiar grain elevator complex located at the foot of McGill Street and the mouth of the LachineCanal, popularly known as Silo No. 5, was built over a period of more than fifty years, starting in 1903. It is an example of the remarkable grain elevator technology used in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, when Canada's last steel silos were built, including Elevator B, which was the city's most imposing industrial structure for many years.