Viterra A "Saskatchewan Wheat Pool 7A"
A digital rendering of Viterra A, made in July 2019.
A view of Saskatchewan Wheat Pool 7A and Pool 7B taken from the water. The green structure running between the terminals is an enclosed gallery, which allows grain to be moved back and forth between the workhouses. Thunder Bay Elevator's inactive silos are visible to the left.
An aerial view of Viterra A looking out towards Lake Superior. A ship is docked and loading. Thunder Bay Elevator's silos stand to the right. Viterra B, Canada Malting, and Pool 3 stand to the left.
An aerial view of Viterra A looking inland. A ship is docked and loading. Viterra B, Canada Malting, and Pool 3 stand to the right.
A wide view of the massive Viterra A taken from the water.
A close-up view of Pool 7A's loading spouts. A crane does maintenance work on the terminal.
An interior view of Pool 7's annex floor. Grain fills a conveyor belt.
A wide view of Pool 7 in its early days of operation. A ship is docked and loading from the workhouse.
An interesting view of a ship loading grain at Pool 7. Several other ships wait to load in the slip.
A wide view of Pool 7A loading a ship, taken from the water. The inactive Thunder Bay Elevator silos stand to the left.
An engineering plan of Pool 7A made by CD Howe Company.
A view of the Pool 7A carshed, taken from the roof of Pool 7B. The gallery that connects the two structures extends out from Pool 7A's workhouse. Photo from the Paterson archives.