An iconic landmark for the Rolling Plains, this impressive structure towers above Hamlin and the surrounding area serving as a beacon for both travelers and grain producers. Built in 1954, this elevator was made with American steel and enduring concrete and has a whopping capacity of over 1.4 million bushels. This commercial operation has enough space for growth and excess storage with over 30 total acres. Made up of two concrete grain elevators and annexes, office, scales, feed mill, and warehouse This grain handling facility was originally constructed in 1954. The two concrete grain elevators and annexes are made up of two separate sections.