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|34 North Cumberland Street|
Thunder Bay ON Canada
| - office|
| - lowrise|
| - neo-gothic|
- Architect: Brown & Vallance
- This was the first 'skyscraper' in the Lakehead area.
- The building was designated as a heritage site in 2004.
- The building has 12 'lanterns' on the top of the building
- The building served as Port Arthur City Hall from 1913 to 1969.
- The building now serves as the headquarters of Thunder Bay Hydro.
- The exterior has the coats of arms of all 9 provinces in confederation in 1913, as well as carved human heads, flora and fauna, and other decorations.
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