Historic Sites of Manitoba: Manitoba Pool Grain Elevator (Carey, RM of DeSalaberry)

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Agents / Buyers | Photos & Coordinates | Sources

A wooden grain elevator at Carey, on the CPR Emerson Subdivision in the Rural Municipality of DeSalaberry, was operated by Manitoba Pool Elevators. A crib annex was built beside it in 1967. Closed in 1984, the annex was moved to Dufrost and the elevator was demolished.

Agents / Buyers


Agent / Buyer


J. H. Rayotte


E. W. Piche


A. Landreville


Laurence Wesley Abrey (1912-1999)


Russell D. “Russ” Ellis


Fernand N. Legault


Gerald Houle


Brian W. Mauthe


Brent J. Burton

Photos & Coordinates

Aerial view of the grain elevators at Carey

Aerial view of the grain elevators at Carey (1990s)
Source: Manitoba Pool Fonds, S. J. McKee Archives, Brandon University

Manitoba Pool grain elevator at Carey

Manitoba Pool grain elevator at Carey (no date)
Source: Agricore United Engineering Department, Tom Price (Mgr), provided by Glenn Dickson (University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections)

Site Coordinates (lat/long): N49.44575, W97.05223
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Pioneer Grain Elevator (Carey, RM of DeSalaberry)


This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 21 December 2020

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