Carnarvon Street, New Westminster (part 1)

668 Carnarvon Street (1891; rebuilt 1899): Begbie Court, formerly the
New Westminster Courthouse and Land Registry Office

 

651 Carnarvon Street: Law Courts, Begbie Square and statue of
Sir Matthew Baillie Begbie, first judge of the BC Supreme Court

 

630 Carnarvon Street (1906): Formerly the
Federal Fisheries and Indian Affairs Building

 

520 Carnarvon Street (1899): Heritage home, now Shelley’s Hair Salon

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3 Responses to Carnarvon Street, New Westminster (part 1)

  1. tkmorin says:

    Wow, that’s a lot of stairs! Thank you for the link, Leslie. I’m enjoying the sightseeing of your blog! Very cool! 🙂

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