Some Notable Architects and Builders In Victoria History

Thomas Trounce (1813-1900) was a pioneer builder and architect in Victoria. A number of his buildings are still standing and Trounce Alley, running east-west between the 1200 block of Broad Street and the 1200 block of Government Street, is named for him.  Here is a partial listing of his projects.

Here are the Thomas Trounce buildings we have included on this site so far:

1005-1009 Broad Street / 636 Broughton Street – Weiler Building

The Weiler Building at 1005-1009 Broad Street and 636 Broughton Street was built as a furniture factory and warehouse by Thomas Trounce for John Weiler in 1884.

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631-645 Yates Street (photo by Victoria Online Sightseeing Tours)

631-645 Yates Street

This building has had several additions in the late 19th and early 20th centuries but the original 1885 Thomas Trounce design is still standing.

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1210-1216 Broad Street – Exchange Building

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