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Commerce in Caron Obviously the business of agriculture dominated the commercial activity in Caron.
Main Street September, The scene today is very little changed. Commerce in Caron Obviously the business of agriculture dominated the commercial activity in Caron. Bob operated the garage from until There were 2 general stores, a hardware store, a harness Who wants some Gary morning dick, 2 lumber yards, a blacksmith shop, a furniture store, barbershop, 2 livery and feed barns, one hotel, a butcher shop, a boarding house, one flour and feed store, and 3 elevators, as well as the Post Office.
Original aircraft hangar, No. The former station is now the community of CaronportThe name "Caronport" combines "Caron" and "airport". Close-up of the Bronze plaque, Caronport, SK.
Originally it was operated by the Western Elevator Company but it was purchased by the Pool in Since demolished. Stan Coate's store is gone, Caeon Community Hall has a new covering of siding and Bob Dorian's garage is gone.
The history of Caron indicates that in fact there were more than 3 elevators at one point and the photographs below confirm that. The elevator was given the name Saskatchewan Wheat Pool There is no trace of the former runways or taxiways and the airfield is closed to all traffic, some of the buildings are now the property of the Briercrest Family of Schools.
Main Street is now Railway Avenue. The elevator closed in Memorial for the No. By the town had 3 grain elevators where the farmers from the outlying farms could bring their grains for transportation Shkpping rail.
By commerce was booming in Caron. Formerly the Reeves Garage.
During the growing season, the Pool dismantled the entire existing elevator, and replaced it with a 45, bushel wood-clad facility. Shppping has a population of At that time, the elevator was a 25, bushel structure with an annex which held another 25, bushels.