Buffalo Industrial Heritage - Grain Elevators

Host & tour guide: Jerry Malloy
(click to enlarge photo)


These elevators were used to unload Great Lakes bulk ships and load
rail cars to distribute grain to mills around the country.

One of the oldest & largest grain storage elevators, with 3 marine towers for unloading bulk carriers.


Inside an elevator storage building.  There were horizontal conveyors (not shown)
used to move grain from the bins, which were unloaded by gravity.

Some waterfront photos showing one of the last waterfront taverns, The Swannie House,
and an operating fire boat (Engine #20, available for charter)

Cathy, along with Jerry Malloy & Lorraine Pierro, the leaders of Buffalo's
Industrial Heritage Committee.