Cranbrook Post Office & Hanson Block: 0215.0005, 0006
0215.0005: Cranbrook Post Office & Hanson Block
The Federal Post Office with Clock Tower, the clock face and inner workings were moved to Fort Steele after the demolition of Post Office. In 1982 when the Rotary Clock Tower was built the clock face and inner workings were incorporated into it. The other large building is the Hanson Block, built by Nils Hanson from local brick. The two buildings were located on Baker Street, on either side of Norbury Avenue.
Medium: Postcard - Image
Date: Circa 1925
Collection: Columbia Basin Institute (0215)
Subjects:Cities Cranbrook Services Postal
Cities Cranbrook Buildings Clock Tower
Cities Cranbrook Buildings Hanson Block
Cities Cranbrook Street Names Baker Street
Cities Cranbrook Street Names Norbury Avenue
Cities Cranbrook Street Names 10th Avenue S
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