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Bloom Grain Elevator

Bloom, Manitoba
Bloom, Manitoba, Canada
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Private wooden grain elevator found in Bloom, Manitoba. According to the Manitoba Historical Society Archives, this elevator was originally built in 1955 at Longburn and was later moved to Bloom where it still stands today. Photograph courtesy of David Young.

This listing was created by Audrey Gray on January 18, 2024.  Please confirm details at the site’s own website before planning your visit. Are you the owner/operator of this historic place? Would you like to make changes to this listing? Please contact us at


Bloom, Manitoba, Canada
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