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Thunder Bay District Court House

277 Camelot Street
Constructed: 1924
Architect: Frank R. Heakes

This building was constructed in the Classical Revival style, which was popular from the 1880s to the 1930s, primarily for public and commerical structures. The most prominent example of Greek and Roman influence on this building can be seen in the classical pediment above the main entrance, which is supported by four Corinthian columns. The building is on a symmetrical plan, and is constructed of structural steel, with brick walls.

Thunder Bay District Court House

 

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