St Saviour's Anglican Church

in #adventure2 months ago

Winter encroaches on St. Saviour's Anglican Church in Bakerville. Designed by the Rev. James Reynard in what is described as Carpenter Gothic, it was built by John Bruce and J. G. Mann between 1868 and 1870. British Columbia, Canada


Taken with a Canon EOS 6D,Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM at 31.0 mm, f/3.5, 1/50s, ISO 500.

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Excellent image, it's like traveling to the past

Thanks its a cool little village.

A very fascinating structure. The weather looks its best too I guess.

Great shot sire.


Interrsting. Looks like a mix of a little house and a church.
I have not seen something like this so far.

It is one of the few places in north America left with with the gold rush architecture.

Love these sorts of churches so cool.

It is a very cool building

Oh wow great shot of a cool church. Like that term carpenter Gothic. I just did a post on Revival Gothic and the Smithsonian Castle in DC.

Yes it is one of the few places in north America left with with the original gold rush architecture.

Carpenter Gothic.

Yeh I can see that XD

Cute little building. That also looks like it could totally be haunted XD

It is cute; not sure if haunted but totally possible lol