Pontypool Grain Elevator was built in 1918, and is one of two
remaining freestanding grain elevators in Ontario.
It was donated by Canadian Pacific Railways to the "Friends
of the Pontypool Elevator" heritage group. It is hoped that
it can be restored and declared a historic site. It will serve
as a tourist information centre as well as a Jewish Heritage
"Once restored it will become a tourist information centre
and the Jewish Museum recognizing those Jewish citizens who summered
in Pontypool 1920-1960. Manvers Twp. Historical Society
Elevator is located in the village of Pontypool. The Canadian
Pacific Railway track runs right by. Their is also an abandoned
shed behind some trees. Beside that shed one can find the foundations
of the old train station with the original tracks still in place..