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Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Bateman Gallery

To round out our afternoon on the Inner Harbour here is a detail of some of the columns on the classically styled Robert Bateman Centre. This was built originally to serve as the Canadian Pacific Steamship Terminal and was also designed by Francis Mawson Rattenbury, responsible for the design of the buildings in the previous two days' posts.


Stephanie said...

Impressive building.

JoJo said...

Nice trio of Rattenbury buildings in Inner Harbour.

William Kendall said...

It really is a good use of the old building.

Mike Laplante said...

Yes, I was not sad to see the Wax Museum go. I thought it was cheesy and a waste of this terrific building.
The Robert Bateman floor is a great display of his works.
And soon it will house the Maritime Museum which I think will be a great fit.