1883 – Coronation Block, King St., Winnipeg

Architect: John H. G. Russell

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The Coronation Block, or more popularly the Shanghai Restaurant, was a two storey structure with graceful curved ends. The building had some fine detailing under the metal cornice. Also an interesting 1960s mosaic depicting chinese junks. Demolished November 2012 to provide a parking lot.

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