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 church from 1939 -1949. There is evidence that the building was later repurposed as a granary. Although mostly empty inside, buildings made of fieldstone are always neat to see as they took so much effort and time to build. We do a quick video walkthrough so you can see what is left inside.
To view more information on its history and to see historical photos, the Manitoba Historical Society did a great post on it: http://www.mhs.mb.ca/docs/sites/pleasantplainsschool.shtml