Canadian Pacific Railway tracks run alongside the grain elevators in the town of Morse in Saskatchewan, Canada where the cylinders empty their grain onto the passing trains where it is transported to ocean ports like Vancouver, Prince Rupert, Churchill and Thunder Bay. After being delivered by train, the grain is transferred to the terminal elevators where it is loaded onto ships and then it gets transported to over 60 different countries.
The old fashioned grain elevators are slowly being replaced with the modernized cylinder shaped inland terminals which make the entire process faster. Saskatchewan is one of the major producers of grain and the train tracks are constantly being used by freight cars waiting to be loaded.
The train tracks belonging to the Canadian Pacific Railway run for miles across the prairie landscape, from Vancouver to Montreal, aiding in keeping the grain industry booming.... continue below the picture...
Grain Elevator in the town of Morse, Saskatchewan, Canada.