Flying into the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport the other day delivered a pleasant surprise in the form of three handsome elevators soon after we drove away from the passenger terminal.
One elevator was right there in Belgrade, Montana, where the airport is. It was an old house adapted to operate with metal silos.
Another had concrete silos, and a third looked like a simple wooden house.
These photos are all we can offer. The elevators weren’t Tillotson or Mayer-Osborn jobs, but we were excited to see them and now share with eagerness. Perhaps at a future time we can learn more details.