The Culver Grain Elevator as it looked in the 1950s. The building, located on the east end of Jefferson St. where the Culver Cove is now, burned down in the 1980s.
A 1930s photo of the grain elevator in Culver, which was located at the east end of Jefferson Street near the Medbourn Ice House and Ferrier's Lumber Company. The elevator stood until its burning in the 1980s. which burned down in the 1980s and was later replaced by the Culver Cove.
A 1950s photo of a train on the tracks in the town park area, with Culver's grain elevator visible in the background. From Verl Shaffer's collection.
Fascinating picture of the lower "trails" in the town park as they looked in 1974. Those around before then may find this image not as surprising as those of us who remember this area as it has been since (I assumed, before spotting this photo, that the trails had always been the double-sidewalk that they are today!). At the time, this strip was considered an "access road" and apparently its upgrading to paved walking trails was part of a large renovation done to the park in 1974-75. Visible in the background is the grain elevator