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W. Case Benham Elevator drawings

An online extra from the January 2015 Model Railroader
Feed mills, which often included a towering grain elevator, were once a common sight along the rails of small-town America. These utilitarian structures feature a variety of building materials as well as a mish-mash of add-on loading docks, sheds, and other outbuildings. This translates into a great modeling opportunity and a one-of-a kind structure for a model railroad. Such is the case with this feed mill, the W. Case Benham
Elevator in Canandaigua, N.Y.

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