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Court House

Opened in 1901, the Courthouse on Duckworth Street is an impressive Victorian-era stone building made with local granite and sandstone. The stonework was cleaned in 1988 and the neo-Romanesque Courthouse today looks very much as it did in 1901.

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Opened in 1901, the Courthouse on Duckworth Street is an impressive Victorian-era stone building made with local granite and sandstone. The stonework was cleaned in 1988 and the neo-Romanesque Courthouse today looks very much as it did in 1901.
Products: The Courthouse Steps, the pedestrian connection between Water Street and Duckworth Street, are on a site that in the 19th century was a produce market and public gallows. Newfoundland’s last public hanging occurred there in 1835.