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Holy Trinity Cathedral
514 Carnarvon Street

The first Holy Trinity Church, completed in 1860, was destroyed by fire in 1865. A new church of sandstone was constructed. This second church burned during the Great Fire of 1898, which destroyed most of downtown New Westminster. Architect George Grant was chosen to oversee the reconstruction of the church using the existing walls and foundation. The interior is said to be modeled after the style and finish of St. Paul's Church, Kensington, London. It contains beautiful native B.C. woodwork and art glass windows.

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