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We explore abandoned, historic and rural locations on the Canadian prairies. We visit locations in Saskatchewan, Alberta and Manitoba providing walkthroughs and drone footage of old buildings. Join us as we walk through old locations, documenting the past. We visit one-room schoolhouses, houses, churches, grain elevators, ghost towns and more.

Abandoned Stone House Ruin With 3 Walls Standing in Saskatchewan

When it comes to abandoned buildings, ones made of fieldstone take the cake. It’s fascinating to think that 100 years ago people picked fieldstones from the area and stone masons turned them into these glorious homes. Fieldstone homes are only found in certain areas of the province, usually those with a stone mason nearby. They …

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Abandoned Holy Ghost Orthodox Church in the Ghost Town of Insinger, Saskatchewan

The Holy Ghost church in Insinger Saskatchewan is becoming one of the most well known abandoned churches in Saskatchewan. We do not know much about this church. We know that it was built sometime in the 1940’s, it’s Ukrainian Orthodox and it’s not brick on the outside, its faux brick (you know that shingle material …

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Abandoned Pleasant Plains Stone Schoolhouse in Manitoba

We wander over to Manitoba from time to time and when we do, we make sure we see as many abandoned places as we can. On this trip we visit a small stone schoolhouse. Established in 1894 as Arsenault School it was renamed in 1907. The school closed in 1933, dissolved in1967and was later a Mennonite …

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