Courtroom

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Architecture, Historical Site

This gallery depicts the inside of Gravelbourg’s courtroom and an image of a room on the main floor that is currently being used by a law office.  Unfortunately, I am unsure as to what this room was initially used for, but if any of you do, I would love to hear from you.

The doorknob (leading into the courtroom) is blazoned with the original shield of  the Lieutenant-Governor of Saskatchewan.  This crest was assigned by royal warrant of King Edward VII on August 25, 1906.

Click on the following link to view the images associated with Gravelbourg’s courthouse.

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Entranced by rural and urban decay. I am drawn to these forlorn sites because they emote conflicting sentiments of beauty and disintegration.

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  1. Pingback: Ville de Gravelbourg / Town of Gravelbourg | bouvier photography

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