Miron Cement Elevator, Port of Montreal, May 1997

Pigment print on archival paper, printed by David Kaufman

Known today as Elevator #3, this structure in the Port of Montreal was built before 1910 and enlarged in 1928 to store grain. After 1987, it was convereted to store cement, but later most of the elevator was abandoned and later demolished.

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