|St. John the Baptist church in Hadashville|
I dropped into the village of Hadashville, Manitoba at the end of March 2018. I was there to see the Greater Winnipeg Water District Railway's depot in the town, but while I was there, I took a few photos of the rest of the town. There's not much to the town other than some houses and a church, but it still has a lovely small town feel to it.
The charming little church is a Roman Catholic church, named for St. John the Baptist, and built in 1917. It looks well maintained and is probably still in use by the town and the surrounding area.
I spotted this barn too. I'm not sure what material it is made from, but it is different than the usual wooden barns you see throughout the Prairies.
|Barn in Hadashville|
At a nearby gas station, I spotted this vending machine. I did not know you could get live bait from a vending machine. That shows you how often I go fishing.