Saskatchewan Wheat Pool 11 "Consolidated"
A view of the two units of Pool 11. The left-hand side is made of reinforced concrete, and the right-hand side is made of tile. The faded sign from when the elevator was "Fort William Elevator Company Ltd. E" is still visible on the workhouses.
A view of Pool 11 from the rail tracks. The annex of this tile unit is painted yellow, but was once the same dark reddish-brown as the workhouse. The two units could weigh, clean, and store grain separately, but they shared a car shed.
A full view of the concrete unit of Consolidated taken from the river looking upstream. Fort William Elevator is visible upstream to the left.
A full view of Consolidated Elevator taken from the river looking downstream towards the lake.
A full side view of Pool 11 taken from the air looking towards Lake Superior. The busy CPR rail yard is visible to the left.
A winter scene of Pool 11 taken from the river. The two units are very distinct from this angle.
A fire insurance map for Consolidated Elevator made by the Goad Insurance Company in January 1911.
An engineering plan of Fort William Elevator E made by CD Howe Company.