Dankin Crossing

A photograph of an old, leaning railroad crossing X-sign with rusty tracks and a field of yellow grass behind it leading to two abandoned wooden grain elevators on the distant horizon in Dankin, Saskatchewan, Canada.

The abandoned grain elevators in the ghost town of Dankin, Saskatchewan, are still standing. I previously visited them three years ago, and the photos from that trip were featured in the posts The Scatterling’s Daydream and Dankin B. It’s my … Continue reading


A photograph of the green wooden grain elevator in the prairie town of Herronton, Alberta, Canada, bathed in later Winter sunlight and surrounded by yellow grass and an abandoned railroad track.

The lone, surviving Alberta Wheat Pool grain elevator in Herronton, Alberta, burnished by wind and late winter sunlight. The railroad tracks in the left of the frame belong to the same abandoned line that also served the elevators at Farrow … Continue reading