We then went back up the stairs to the main level, and then went up a separate set of stairs to the upstairs levels. Through the first door we entered a rectangular room where the scale was located. Along the one wall there were several green painted metal bin access doors, and the one corner was some boxes, and a red man-lift standing there! Richard mentioned it came from one of the wooden grain elevators that had stood nearby the concrete Buffalo. Leaving the room and going up another set of stairs we enter another room that was directly above the driveway space, and through an opening in the slab we could see the driveway below. Directly to our right is the double vertical lifting legs that would take grain from the driveway level upwards to the top of the Buffalo (where it would get distributed to the proper bins). The floor level is lighted with clear Plexiglas panels which rattle slightly with the wind outside and with the sloped concrete grain bins above our heads it was a bit intimidating! At the door, we could of went up another long flight of stairs to the top level of the Buffalo, where the dust collection equipment and the distributors were located, but Richard had to go to one of the neighbouring grain elevators to get the driveway ready for an incoming semi truck load, so we decided to head back downstairs. Myself and Chris looked through the office a bit more (noting the former Buffalo Engineering bin diagrams pinned to the bulletin board) and then proceeded down a dusty hallway past empty offices to another reception area that was currently being used as storage. From what he told us it was used by the neighbouring Richardson grain company for a bit while they were renovating their offices at their facility. Through the side door we enter the driveway that was framed out with precast panels (with their embedded lifting rings) and the massive concrete columns. After a few minutes of exploring (and seeing the three vertical legs, and a man-lift) we went outside while Richard headed over to the former P&H grain elevator to meet the semi truck.
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