The Canada Malting sign in front of the facility. Before dust control and safety regulations, smoking was common in grain elevators as it was in many other industries.
A view of one of Canada Malting's processing buildings. Manitoba Pool 3's free-standing steel tanks are visible to the left.
A view of where Canada Malting's storage annexes (right) meet its inshore processing buildings (left) at the end of the slip.
A view of Canada Malting's unique processing buildings taken from the air.
A view of Canada Malting's processing house from the slip-side.
A full view of Canada Malting's various processing houses, taken from the Manitoba Pool 3 side.
An early photo of Bawlf Terminal's water lot construction.
Bawlf Terminal's original concrete annex and workhouse under construction.
Bawlf Terminal (left) and Stewart Terminal (right) under construction. The terminals are mirror images of one another. All stages of initial construction were performed at the exact same time.
Bawlf Terminal's annex and workhouse construction nearing completion.
The original completed size of the Bawlf Terminal, owned by grain industry giant Nicholas Bawlf.
A full view of Canada Malting's terminal side taken from the water. The original annex is directly to the left of the workhouse.
Another view of Canada Malting's outshore annex, taken from the inshore end of the slip.
Three elevators at the end of the Intercity group. From left to right: Saskatchewan Wheat Pool 7B, Canada Malting, Manitoba Pool 3.
A view of the busy slip shared by Canada Malting (left) and Viterra B (right).
Another view of the shared slip between Canada Malting (left) and Viterra B (right).