Leonard Butress Triman (1846-1892) left a significant legacy in Victoria’s architecture. Here is a partial listing of his projects.

His surviving projects in Victoria include:

  • Hamley Building, 1001-1005 Government Street at Broughton Street, built in 1887
  • E.G. Prior store, Government Street at Johnson Street, built in 1888
  • Ellesmere (residence for James Angus), 1321 Rockland Avenue, built in 1888
  • Saunders Building, 561-563 Johnson Street, built 1890
  • St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, 900 Douglas Street, built in 1890.
  • Capital Iron, Store Street, built in 1888-1891
  • Powell & Co. building, 1411 Government Street, built in 1891
St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, 900 Douglas Street, Built in 1890.

St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, 900 Douglas Street, Designed by Leonard Butress Trimen in 1888. Built in 1890.

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