St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church at the corner of Douglas Street and Broughton Street was designed in 1888 by architect L. Butress Triman. Construction was completed in 1890.
Early parishioners included some well known names in Victoria history, including the Dunsmuirs (who built Craigdarroch Castle), Robert B. McMicking (who built Victoria’s first telephone exchange).
The stained glass windows in the Douglas Street facade were donated by the Dunsmuir family and cost $4,000 when they were installed in 1890.
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