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Armouries

31 January 2013

1861 – Volunteer Drill Hall, Bradford, Yorkshire

Architect: Andrews & Delaunay From The Building News: “THE accompanying is a view of the drill-room about to be built for the Sth West York Rifle Volunteers at Bradford, on land leased to...

02 April 2012

1918 – Mewata Armory, Calgary, Alberta

Architect: Thomas W. Fuller The building was built between 1915 and 1918 for an original cost of $282,051 Canadian dollars. The building was designed by Thomas W. Fuller (Department of Public Works Architect...

02 August 2011

1939 – Yorkton Armoury, Saskatchewan

Architect: David Webster The two-story building, with the façade on First Avenue North was constructed of brick and Tyndal stone. The total cost amounted to $32,000.00. The official opening took place in October...

02 August 2011

1928 – LCol D.V. Currie VC Armoury, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan

Architect: Storey & Van Egmond The home of The Saskatchewan Dragoons, a unit of the Canadian Forces Primary Reserve. Smaller than some other Amrouries, it still has the Tudor Revival mock castellations and...

05 July 2011

1889 – Armoury, Worcester, Massachusetts

Architect: Fuller & Delano Published in the American Architect and Building News, May 4 1889.

02 August 2010

1928 – Regina Armoury, Saskatchewan

Architect: Storey & Van Egmond Regina Armoury’s restrained ornamentation, large scale, simple form and Tudor Revival references are typical of drill halls erected in the interwar period. Its functional design is evidenced by...

02 August 2010

1894 – Armouries, Toronto

Architect: Thomas Fuller In the late 1800s, the federal government realized that they needed to provide their volunteer soldiers with centralized locations for training, and decided to construct the Toronto Armouries. Architect Thomas...

30 September 2009

1897 – New Drill Hall, Halifax, Nova Scotia

Architect: Thomas Fuller