Historic Sites of Manitoba: Manitoba Pool Grain Elevator (Fallison, Municipality of Louise)

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Agents / Buyers | Photos & Coordinates | Sources

A wooden grain elevator at the Fallison siding, on the CPR Fallison Subdivision in what is now the Municipality of Louise, was built in 1928 by Manitoba Pool Elevators. Closed in 1962, it was sold to a local farmer who used it for personal grain storage until 1990, when it was destroyed by fire.

Agents / Buyers


Agent / Buyer


J. B. Brown


W. C. Maxwell


R. K. Hunter


J. A. Reid


A. M. Cook


T. Henry Turner


W. T. Hawkins


A. R. Argue


Mike E. Windsor

Photos & Coordinates

Aerial view of grain elevators at Fallison

Aerial view of grain elevators at Fallison (1948)
Source: Manitoba Air Photo Library, A11398-143

Site Location (lat/long): N49.03701, W98.86487
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Historic Sites of Manitoba: MEC Grain Elevator / Wiley Low Grain Elevator / Federal Grain Elevator (Fallison, Municipality of Louise)

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Fallison Commemorative Marker (Fallison, Municipality of Louise)


Manitoba Pool Fonds, S. J. McKee Archives, Brandon University.

This page was prepared by Denis Sabourin and Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 19 November 2023

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