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Historic Sites of Manitoba: Manitoba Pool Grain Elevator A (Hamiota, Municipality of Hamiota)

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A wooden grain elevator at Hamiota, on the CPR Miniota Subdivision in what is now the Municipality of Hamiota, was built in 1927 by Manitoba Pool Elevators. Its initial capacity of 40,000 bushels was increased in 1954 with a new crib annex beside it. Closed in December 1980, the elevator was later demolished.

Agents / Buyers


Agent / Buyer


B. M. Murdock


T. M. Levins


Charles Beverley Randell (1905-1994)


Malcolm M. “Mac” MacDonald


Delmar McBain

Photos & Maps

Manitoba Pool Grain Elevator A

Site Location (lat/long): N50.17902, W100.59777
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Western Canada Flour Mills Grain Elevator / Manitoba Pool Grain Elevator B (Hamiota, Municipality of Hamiota)


Obituary [Charles Beverley Randell], Brandon Sun, 28 July 1994, page 12.

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

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 16 December 2018

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