The sign is part of a series of signs depicting buildings in Gan Shmuel’s history
The following photo taken that day shows the grain tower and the sign itself Click for a larger image
The grain tower is also defined as a heritage site and appears on this site Click for sign's details Translation of the text on the sign
The grain tower
Built in 1931 and designed to store the grists in silos. Until then, the grists were collected in sacks that filled the large yard. The plum and sand were brought on camels.
In that capacity, the tower served until 1957.