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Travel Greeting Card featuring the photograph Grain Elevator In Balzac Alberta by Louise Heusinkveld

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Wooden grain elevators once dotted the landscape of the Canadian prairies, but they are quickly disappearing to make way for safer and more efficient concrete and steel structures. In the early years there were grain elevators every few miles, to accommodate the needs of farmers who had to haul grain by wagon and horses to the nearest railway point. During the first half of the 20th century there were roughly 5700 grain elevators operated by over 300 different companies. Elevator agents also dealt with other commodities farmers needed, including fertilizer, animal feeds, seeds of various kinds, baler twine, and even crop and car insurance. As the wooden elevators have outlived their usefulness, many have fallen into disrepair and decay, and must be demolished. Photographs from just a few years ago show three grain elevators in Balzac, where now there is only one remaining.

About Louise Heusinkveld

Louise Heusinkveld

Louise's interests have always been concentrated on travel and the arts, in spite of her first career being spent entirely in the world of science. She is fortunate that her husband's career has taken her to far flung destinations and allowed many opportunities for world wide travel. She contributes her travel and nature images to several stock agencies, and her flower and garden imagery to a specialist garden agency. Louise was born in the UK, and raised in Toronto, Canada. Louise's first career was in library and information management, working with scientific research companies in Canada, and then at Brookhaven National Laboratory in New York. After her husband's career took them overseas, Louise held a number of short-term...

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