1958 – St George’s Anglican Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Built between 1956-58 to to replace an earlier church of 1927, this modern building is constructed of the local Tyndall stone and brick.
1922 – Grosvenor School, Winnipeg, Manitoba
In 1922, the Winnipeg School Division built four new schools. They included Daniel McIntyre Collegiate,
1911 – Firehall No. 12, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Alexander Melville was born in Fraserburgh, Scotland in 1873 and received his architectural and civil engineering degrees in Aberdeen.
2007 – Office Building, Corydon Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Modern office development with commercial unit to streetlevel, this is a cleanly designed building with some sharp detailing.
1934 – Former Bank of Toronto, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Former branch office of the Bank of Toronto, this small building is now in use as offices.
1931 – Uptown Bowling Lanes, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Opened on 24 Dec 1931, the interior of the theatre was gutted in 1960 and was turned into a bowling alley which it still functions as today.
1911 – St Ignatius Roman Catholic Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Completed in 1911 by H.J. Rill, with further work by Northwood &
1909 – Trinity Baptist Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Interesting little church with a very unusual corner tower. The stonework has a vaguely Scottish Baronial feel but the red tiled cupola instead of a spire is unusual and endearing.
1910 – Fort Rouge United Church, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Originally built as a Presbyterian Church, this large brick building is quite clumsy in design.