A bright, orange structure seen for miles across the prairie landscape in the town of Morse, Saskatchewan is an important part of the agricultural industry flourishing here. This modern day grain elevator has large, circular cylinders to hold the grain which is emptied into the cars with Canadian Pacific Railway. From here, the grain is transported to many large ocean ports like Vancouver, Churchill and Thunder Bay.
To keep the agricultural industry alive in the town of Morse, Saskatchewan, farmers must update their grain elevators to keep up with the current pace of life. The cylinder shaped inland terminals make the entire grain industry work at a much faster pace.
Many of the prairie provinces, Saskatchewan being one of the main ones, keeps the supply of grain flowing as it travels in railway cars the length of the track running from Vancouver to Montreal.... continue below the picture...
Grain Elevator in the town of Morse, Saskatchewan, Canada.