I spent four or five days in the Shaunavon area last fall checking out the sites and just enjoying some time off. On my way home I passed through Simmie, Saskatchewan and found this long abandoned church on the west side of town.
A very steep roof on this church with a matching bell tower above the entryway.
Our gracious host, Mr. Bandy, must have been in a bit of a hurry when he passed through town because he completely missed the church marker, a rather large stone adorned with two plaques: one for Trinity Lutheran Church and the other for Simmie School (which no longer exists). And now Mr Bandy has to drive all the way back to Simmie because I know he collects photos of signs and markers. Ha! Ha!
The History Book Club has also marked at least one other school in the area. Good for them!
A small house next to the church which may have been the parsonage. Love the chimney design.
- Michael Truman