The gentle curve of the railroad tracks glides past what suggests a 1920s or 1930s “American Scene” painting of cylinders and rectangular towers accompanied by a pattern of lacy metalwork of the storage and processing facility. This is a perfect image of industry on the prairie.
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Farmers Union GTA Terminal
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