|April 1925, No. 326||Canadian Railway and Marine World (Toronto)||Page 180, col. 2|
Canadian National Railways construction, betterments, etc.
Collingwood grain elevator.—Several C.N.R. officials and some grain elevator engineers visited Collingwood, Ont., recently, to decide on improvements to be made to the railway's grain elevator there. We are advised officially that consideration was being given to the making of some minor repairs to the structure and the possible construction of an improved marine leg. The improvements, if carried out, will not increased the storage capacity, but will improve the handling capacity, especially in the unloading of ships. The capacity of the present marine leg is 3,500 bush. an hour, and it is reported that the new marine leg will have a capacity of 8,000 bush. an hour.