Lutheran Church Cairn
5. St. Paul's Lutheran Church
A log church built on SE 32-20-14 in 1918 at a cost of $600 remained in use until 1951. Nearby is the parish cemetery
with its commemorative cairn built by parishioners.
Sunrise School Cairn
6. Sunrise Cairn
Erected in 1993 on NE 29-21-14
on the site of the former school
which served from 1918 to 1962.
Reeve Townsite Cairn
7. Reeve Cairn
Marking the former hamlet of Reeve 1940-1976 where a
store and post office, community hall and several homes
formed the centre. The school was one half mile to the
north.
Norgate Cairn / Picnic Site
8. Norgate Cairn
Along the rail line linking Neepawa and McCreary and one half mile east of the junction of highways #5 and 19 was the
hamlet of 1903. Norgate had two stores, a school, post office, community hall, grain elevator, and on the site of the former
church is the cairn erected in 1985.
East
Gate
Complex
9. East Gate Complex
The unique overhead gate entrance to Riding Mountain National Park and the log homes nearby were built by local
craftspersons in 1933 using local timber. They were declared National Heritage buildings, as the gate entrance is the only
one of its kind remaining in Canada. Log exterior refinishing was done in 1990/91.You can visit the East Gate website by
clicking here for the English version, or here for the French version.
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McCreary, Manitoba, Canada
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Heritage Sites Continued