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St. Albert Grain Elevator
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The oldest of the two St. Albert Grain Elevators built for my Grandfather, a history teacher.
About this creation
Hello again.

I thought I'd upload one of my latest MOCs, a Grain Elevator. In my area, there are five grain elevators, none of them operational anymore. The two biggest are located in Saint Albert, Alberta. My Grandfather, who was a history teacher, lives about 10 minutes from these elevators, so I decided to build him one for his birthday.

As I only had enough bricks to build one, I constructed the oldest of the two, built in 1906. Below are some pictures and information on grain elevators.

This elevator, knows as the Brackman Ker Elevator, was recently renovated to attract more visitors.

Another side view... Notice that the window is different than on the other side. It is "supposed" to be open.

An above view. Now an outdoor museum, it is operated by the Arts & Heritage Foundation of St. Albert. Guided tours of the Grain Elevators are available from May to September.

My favorite "window." It has been replaced with a glass one, but I liked the old one better...

The grain spout. There are actually two, but I only had enough pieces to build one.

And a view of the front again. Did you know that the first Grain Elevator was built in in Buffalo, New York, in 1843? The original elevator was designed by an engineer named Robert Dunbar.

A couple of my reference pictures. One day, when I own more bricks, I would like to build the whole park.

Well, thanks a lot for viewing!

I hope you enjoyed it and your feedback is much appreciated.

Have a great day!



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  December 7, 2013
Beautiful work! Love the detail and how the design was made! Great job.
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  September 20, 2013
lovely piece Mark! I just love grain elevators, always did, I really wish you get enough elements to reproduce the park and grace us into that beautiful sight! you can then make us laugh and add a few trolls, lol.
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  September 17, 2013
Hey Mark! Nice build here! Now I'm also here to advertise the fact that I want to start doing lego model commissions, because I need money. So if you are interested sometime in the future, please let me know! Also if you want, spread the word!
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  September 8, 2013
Beautiful! I hail from Ontario's capital, so all I get to see are buildings and smoke and cars. Nice to have a change in scenery once in a while, even if it's only through LEGO ;).
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  September 7, 2013
A lovely gift! :)
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  September 5, 2013
Totally awesome!!!!!
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  August 30, 2013
Excellent attention to accuracy!
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  August 21, 2013
Amazing! You are an incredible builder Mark.
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  August 20, 2013
Thanks a lot everyone! Yeah, I know it's a bit plain. I didn't want to make decals. @Alex: Thanks! It is cool living near each other! :D
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  August 20, 2013
I love that! Very accurate! I still find it cool that we live pretty close to each other. Keep it up man!!
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  August 19, 2013
Plain and Simple. I like it!
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  August 19, 2013
Cool! I like the roof.
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  August 19, 2013
"Great job on the roof."
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  August 19, 2013
Another great moc! Great job Mark!
  August 19, 2013
Nice build, a but plain, still great nonetheless!
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