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25 June 2010

1889 – Denver Dry Building, Denver

Architect: Frank E. Edbrooke Originally built in 1889,the store was expanded in 1898, 1906 and 1924, the Denver Dry Goods Company Building is a historic department store building. For a while, the store...

25 June 2010

1889 – Masonic Building, Denver

Architect: Frank E. Edbrooke The Masonic Building was built in 1889 and designed by Frank Edbrooke in a Romanesque style. The building was gutted by fire in 1985 leaving only its stone exterior...

17 December 2009

1889 – Former Railway Station, Miami, Manitoba

No longer connected to the railway network, this is an early survivor of the Northern Pacific and Manitoba Railway. Used for many years by the Canadian Northern and the Canadian National Railways, it...

14 December 2009

1889 – Windsor Station, Montreal, Quebec

Architect: Bruce Price / E. & W.S. Maxwell In 1887, Canadian Pacific, just after completing the country’s first transcontinental railway, began building Windsor Station. The company wished to have a suitably imposing station...

25 November 2009

1889 – Eiffel Tower, Paris

Architect: Gustav Eiffel For many the defining symbol of Paris, the Eiffel tower was built as a temporary structure for an international exhibition in 1889. Other building built on the Champs de Mars...

06 November 2009

1889 – Holy Trinity & Capuchin Monastery, Cork

Architect: George Pain / William Atkins / Dominic J. Coakley / Robert Walker This fabulous church fa├žade took many years to realise. Originally commissioned by Fr Mathew in 1825 from George Pain, the...

30 September 2009

1889 – Upper Canada College, Toronto, Ontario

Architect: George Durand

09 September 2009

1889 – New Church of St. Mark, Farnborough, Hampshire

Architect: J.E.K. Cutts Although work started in 1880, the building as illustrated was not completed until 1889. The interior of the building is Victorian Gothic in design. Features that dominate within its structure...

07 September 2009

1889 – Sydney Town Hall, New South Wales

Architect: John H. Wilson, Edward Bell, Albert Bond, David McBeath In architectural style, the Sydney Town Hall is French Second Empire, deriving inspiration for its motifs, roofscapes and elaborate interiors from the Louvre...