Saint John, NB Photos

Saint John has been settled for 400 years, but incorporated in 1785 after a large influx of Loyalists who fled the United States Revolution. It became a major commercial seaport which resulted in an uptown with rich Victorian-era commercial buildings, now largely all restored & unspoiled by inappropriate highrises.

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Skyline of Saint John, New Brunswick. Saint John, NB.Church spires on skyline of Saint John, NB.Church spires on skyline of Saint John, NB.Skyline of Saint John, New Brunswick. Saint John, NB.
Skyline of Saint John, New Brunswick. Saint John, NB.Church spires on skyline of Saint John, NB.Church spires on skyline of Saint John, NB.Skyline of Saint John, New Brunswick. Saint John, NB.
Heritage buildings on King Street. Saint John, NB.Red brick heritage buildings with Royal Bank building. Saint John, NB.Heritage buildings on King at Germaine Streets. Saint John, NB.Commercial building at King & Prince William Streets. Saint John, NB.
Heritage buildings (c1878) on King Street. Saint John, NB.Red brick heritage buildings (c1878) (22-40 King St.) with Royal Bank building (1900). Saint John, NB.Heritage buildings on King at Germaine Streets. Saint John, NB.Commercial building at King & Prince William Streets. Saint John, NB.
Opera Bistro building. Saint John, NB.Old Post Office. Saint John, NB.Rounded corner building on Prince William St. at Princess. Saint John, NB.Prince William Streetscape beyond Princess & Old City Hall. Saint John, NB.
Opera Bistro building (60 Prince William St.). Saint John, NB.Old Post Office (113 Prince William St.). Saint John, NB. Style: Second Empire. Architect: Mathew Stead.Rounded corner building on Prince William St. at Princess. Saint John, NB.Prince William Streetscape beyond Princess & Old City Hall. Saint John, NB.
Old City Hall. Saint John, NB.Facade of Old City Hall. Saint John, NB.Former Bank of Nova Scotia or Palatine building. Saint John, NB.Post Office building. Saint John, NB.
Old City Hall (1878) (116 Prince William St.). Saint John, NB. Style: Second Empire. Architect: McKean & Fairweather.Facade of Old City Hall. Saint John, NB.Former Bank of Nova Scotia or Palatine building (124 Prince William St.). Saint John, NB. Style: Second Empire. Architect: Dumaresq & Dewar.Post Office building (126 Prince William St.). Saint John, NB.
Seaman's Mission. Saint John, NB.. Saint John, NB.. Saint John, NB.Troop building. Saint John, NB.
Seaman's Mission (1908) (152 Prince William St.). Saint John, NB. Architect: G. Ernest Fairweather.(152 Prince William St.). Saint John, NB.(160 Prince William St.). Saint John, NB.Troop building (162 Prince William St.) (1883). Saint John, NB.
Saint John High School. Saint John, NB.Brownstone row houses on Germaine St. Saint John, NB.Row house at 186 Germaine St. Saint John, NB.Bay window on Germaine St. Saint John, NB.
Saint John High School (1932). Saint John, NB.Brownstone row houses (post 1877 fire) on Germaine St. Saint John, NB.Row house at 186 Germaine St. Saint John, NB.Bay window on Germaine St. Saint John, NB. Style: Second Empire.
Church of St. Andrews & St. David. Saint John, NB.Row house on Germaine St. with steeple of St. Andrews & St. David. Saint John, NB.Brick building at 156 Germaine St. Saint John, NB.Bullock House. Saint John, NB.
Church of St. Andrews & St. David (1878-9). Saint John, NB. Architect: Henry Langley & Edmund Burke.Row house on Germaine St. with steeple of St. Andrews & St. David. Saint John, NB.Brick building at 156 Germaine St. Saint John, NB.Bullock House (1879) (183-5 Germaine St.). Saint John, NB.
Brick & stone row buildings on Germaine St. Saint John, NB.Brick commercial building. Saint John, NB.Cast iron storefront windows. Saint John, NB.Trinity Church. Saint John, NB.
Brick & stone row buildings (post 1877) on Germaine St. Saint John, NB.Brick commercial building (1878) (126-30 Germaine St.). Saint John, NB.Cast iron storefront windows (128-30 Germaine St.). Saint John, NB.Trinity Church (post 1877). Saint John, NB. Style: Gothic Revival. Architect: W.T. Thomas.
Trinity Church portal. Saint John, NB.Masonic Temple. Saint John, NB.View of Germaine at King St. with spires of Trinity & St. Andrews Churches. Saint John, NB.Heritage buildings on King Street at Germaine. Saint John, NB.
Trinity Church portal. Saint John, NB.Masonic Temple (post 1877) (92 Germaine St.). Saint John, NB.View of Germaine at King St. with spires of Trinity & St. Andrews Churches. Saint John, NB.Heritage buildings (c1878) on King Street at Germaine. Saint John, NB.
City Market. Saint John, NB.Inside City Market fruit & vegetable stands. Saint John, NB.Overview of City Market interior. Saint John, NB.Loyalist House built for Merchant David Merritt. Saint John, NB.
City Market (1876). Saint John, NB. Architect: McKean & Fairweather.Inside City Market fruit & vegetable stands. Saint John, NB.Overview of City Market interior. Saint John, NB.Loyalist House (1810) built for Merchant David Merritt. Saint John, NB.
Wooden row houses. Saint John, NB.Carved wood trim details. Saint John, NB.Saint John's Stone Church. Saint John, NB.Gothic tower of Saint John's Church. Saint John, NB.
Wooden row houses (9-1 Germaine St.). Saint John, NB.Carved wood trim details (9 Germaine St.). Saint John, NB.Saint John's Stone Church (1825). Saint John, NB. Style: Gothic Revival.Gothic tower of Saint John's Church. Saint John, NB.
Synagogue Shaarei Zedek. Saint John, NB.Mansion at 68 Carleton St. Saint John, NB.Carnegie Free Public Library. Saint John, NB.Imperial Theatre. Saint John, NB.
Synagogue Shaarei Zedek. Saint John, NB. Style: Gothic Revival.Mansion at 68 Carleton St. Saint John, NB.Carnegie Free Public Library (1904) (20 Hazen Ave.). Saint John, NB.Imperial Theatre (1913) (King Square South). Saint John, NB. Architect: Albert E. Westover.
No. 2 Mechanics Volunteer Company Engine House now a fire museum. Saint John, NB.Richly-decorated house 60 Pitt Street. Saint John, NB.Walter Frink house. Saint John, NB.Gilbert Bent house. Saint John, NB.
No. 2 Mechanics Volunteer Company Engine House (1840) now a fire museum. Saint John, NB. Style: Neoclassical. Architect: John Cunningham.Richly-decorated house (pre 1877) 60 Pitt Street. Saint John, NB.Walter Frink house (1904) (112 Leinster St.). Saint John, NB. Style: Queen Anne.Gilbert Bent house (1879) (78 Orange St.). Saint John, NB. Style: Second Empire.
George MacLeod house. Saint John, NB.Simeon Jones' Caverhill Hall at Sydney & Mecklenburg Streets. Saint John, NB.Entry facade of Caverhill Hall which hosted PM Sir John A. MacDonald & King George V. Saint John, NB.Upper balcony of Caverhill Hall. Saint John, NB.
George MacLeod house (1870s) (71 Orange St.). Saint John, NB. Style: Chateau. Architect: D.E. Dunham & W.P. Clarke.Simeon Jones' Caverhill Hall (1881-4) at Sydney & Mecklenburg Streets. Saint John, NB.Entry facade of Caverhill Hall which hosted PM Sir John A. MacDonald & King George V. Saint John, NB.Upper balcony of Caverhill Hall. Saint John, NB.

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