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St. Paul's Anglican Church

808 Ridgeway Street East
Constructed: 1907    
Architect: R. E. Mason

Built in the English Gothic style, St. Paul's Anglican Church was constructed when a third Anglican Church was needed in Fort William. This church was positioned in the central portion of the town. On Dec. 28, 1932, a fire damaged much of the church. However, repairs were made. Some of the architectural features of the church include the cut stone hooded moldings found over the main entrance and the lancet windows on either side. The two asymmetrical towers, a common feature of Gothic-style churches, are topped with a crenellated roofline, giving the church a medieval-like appearance. The tallest tower has not only lancet windows, but also a rose window and a clock.

St. Paul's Anglican Church