UGG M "Dominion (Gov't) of Canada"
A black and white photo of the newly-completed Canadian Government Elevator.
A view of UGG M taken from the lakeshore land in front of the terminal. Rail cars are visible exiting the car shed, which is nuzzled in between the workhouse and annex.
A wide view of the whole UGG M terminal taken from the water. This angle shows the L-shaped silhouette given to terminals with this structural orientation. Manitoba Pool 1 is visible on the left loading a large ship.
A bright summer photo of UGG M unloading rail cars, taken from the lakeshore land in front of the terminal. The visible rail cars are all empty, waiting to be shunted back through the car shed.
A wide view of UGG M on the right with the hugely expanded Manitoba Pool 1 on the left. UGG M had no annex additions in its entire operational history.
A winter scene of UGG M unloading rail cars, taken from inland. Manitoba Pool 1 is visible on the right.
A full view of UGG M taken from the water. Unloaded rail cars wait to be shunted back through the car shed.
Another full view of the UGG M terminal, taken from inland near the Thunder Bay Elevator's driveway. Manitoba Pool 1 is visible to the right.
The Government Elevator's busy early construction. Later stages of construction were supervised by C.D. Howe himself. Photo taken February, 26, 1913.
The Government Elevator's annex nearing completion, with the workhouse also under construction. Photo taken July 21, 1913.
Frames for the annex and workhouse going up for the Government Elevator. Photo taken March 27, 1913.
A progress photo of framing work in the Government Elevator workhouse. Photo taken April 15, 1913.
A view of the car shed framing and the base of the workhouse under construction at the Government Elevator. Photo taken in 1913.
A progress photo of work on the Government Elevator workhouse. Framing for the car shed is visible in the middle, and the base of the annex silos with slip forms are visible to the right. Boxcars full of construction material sit on the tracks. Photo taken June 13, 1913.
A wide view of the Government Elevator's workhouse and annex under construction. Circular slip forms are visible on the silos. Photo taken June 19, 1913.
Another angle of the Government Elevator's workhouse and annex under construction. Photo taken in 1913.
The Government Elevator's workhouse and annex under construction. Cranes populate the worksite to move heavy machinery and materials. Photo taken July 14, 1913.
A wide view of the Government Elevator construction site. Leftover pilings, unused materials, and a pile of foundation fill litter the area. Photo taken July 27, 1913.
The annex almost completed at the Government Elevator, with the framing for the upper workhouse complete. Photo taken August 14, 1913.
The Government Elevator nearing completion. Photo taken September 15, 1913.
The almost-complete Government Elevator with a dredge at work in the slip. Photo taken from the water on September 25, 1913.
A wide view of the new Government Elevator taken from the water.
A wide view of the newly completed Government Elevator taken from inland across the slip.
A complete view of the Government Elevator. The Thunder Bay Elevator is visible on the right-hand side.
An engineering plan of UGG M and the remaining Thunder Bay Elevator silos made by CD Howe Company.