I shot a few more Winnipeg grain elevators in June. The first was this elevator just south of the CP yards.
I didn't see any identification on it. It has CN and Government of Canada grain hoppers at it.
On to the Paterson elevator up by the Prairie Dog Central. This elevator can be served by both CN and CP.
The CN side is known as "CN Lilyfield" on the remaining fragment of the CN Oak Point subdivision.
The CP side is served off the CP Carberry subdivision.
This satellite view, courtesy of Google Maps, shows the interesting track arrangement at the Paterson elevator.
There is a big loop track serving the elevator itself, and both CN and CP can feed into the loop.
The irony is that BNSF Manitoba is actually the railway serving the elevator at present. See the BNSF page on the Paterson elevator. BNSF sends cars from North Dakota using CN via the CN Letellier sub, then uses either CN or CP to take them to this elevator. There was a big debate before the Canadian Transportation Agency about the "interswitching" used by BNSF to serve the elevator, with CN challenging the ability of BNSF to use interswitching rates. CN lost the argument.