This abandoned grain elevator stands beside railroad tracks just outside Pontypool, Ontario.
A reminder of Pontypool's agricultural history
Built in 1918, this is one of two freestanding grain elevators still standing in Ontario.
Missing more than a few shingles
Canadian Pacific Railway has donated the building to the Friends of the Pontypool Elevator heritage group, which hopes to restore the building and have it declared a historic site.
Structurally it is still sound
The Friends would like to convert the building into a tourist information centre as well as a museum to celebrate the area's history.
Added later: Pontypool is named after Pontypool, Wales.
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