On the corner of Blanshard and View Street in Victoria British Columbia stands a grand building St Andrew’s Cathedral. It was dedicated by Bishop John Lemmens in 1892 and here it still stands.
Which adjoins the church next to it
Continuing our walk we come to Blanshard Street and that is what the church’s front looks out on.
The head stones on the corner commemorate three early pioneers of the church. They are buried in the church. These people have led busy and eventful lives and on their many journeys often had more adventures than they cared for.
We have come to the front.
St Andrew’s Cathedral is a building well worth looking at both outside and inside. It is a nice addition to my classic-buildings-walk-around project and I say thank you for accompanying me here, hope you enjoyed the walk. God bless.
Here are two links dealing with historical aspects of the building: