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Dinosaurs of the Industrial Age

  • Aired: 05/12/2014
  • 01:56
  • Rating: TV-G
Buffalo was a hub for the transshipment of all kinds of products, but particular grain. At one time, there were more grain elevators in Buffalo than anywhere else in the world. As the importance of the Erie Canal declined, shipping moved elsewhere. However, the banks of the Buffalo River are still lined with these industrial dinosaurs.
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Experience the remnants of Buffalo’s industrial past by exploring grain elevators.
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