Five very large silos. Used from back in the day when Beeton was a busy railway town, until the trains stopped.
The rails are still there, but now used only for the occasional visit from the South Simcoe Railway tourist train, which makes its stop here as the northern terminus before heading back south to Tottenham.
The main CN line moved a few kilomtres to the west, bypassing Beeton. This brought an end to the small industrial and shipping area along the tracks.
The silos now are home to a healthy population of pigeons, and also a great place to explore for the local youngsters. The area is marked as Private Property, if you enter from the south.