Some loaded cars would be emptied at this coal dock located on the northeastern edge of the Wataga city limits. This facility was owned by Central Indiana Coal Company (later Stonefort Coal), also the owner of the G&GE. It was used to transfer coal from the Little John Mine to trucks for sale in the general vicinity. At close of operations of the Little John Mine (and thus the G&GE), this facility was disassembled and moved to Wyoming, Illinois, where it was rebuilt and improved. At Wyoming, this facility sold output from the Allendale Mine, also owned by Stonefort. The cars were unloaded at the right side of this facility, and the coal conveyed up into different silos, again sorted by coal grade.
The G&GE also hauled other freight, delivering loads generated by grain elevators at both Victoria and at a location called "Alert". Photographs were not available at the time of this posting.
The Little John Mine
Here is a picture of the mine shovel.