Birthday Slideshow
Dauphin’s First
Bylaw
“Where it is necessary to appoint
A Secretary Treasurer and a Solicitor
& to fix their salaries & to...
Architecture
Court House
1918
May 2012
Railway Station Garden,
1927
Railway Station
Built in 1912
Railway Station & Town
Hall
1927
Inside the Old Town Hall
Which was renamed the Watson Arts
Center in 1985 after a Dauphin
Dentist & Musician
Vernol L. Wat...
Town Hall now the
Watson Arts Center
Picture taken in May 2012
2012
Railway Station
Hospital
“Regional Health Center”
Hospital
2009
Land Titles Office
Main Street North
1930
Main Street South
1930
Whitmore School
1912
Whitmore School
2013
McKenzie School
Spelled now as MacKenzie, original documents spelled the
name as McKenzie. It replaced two prior structure...
Mackenzie Middle School
2013
The wood frame and stucco building was
demolished in the late 1980s and
replaced by the present structure.
Smith Jackson S...
Smith Jackson School
2013
Sandringham School
The Sandringham School District was organized formally in October
1892 and a one-room log school buildi...
Trembowla School
A sign marks the first location of the Trembowla School building
in the Rural Municipality of Dauphin. Es...
Municipal Power Plant
1913
Dauphin Fair Grounds
1917
Ukrainian Catholic
Church of the Resurrection
Built between 1936 and 1939
St.Paul’s Anglican
Church & Rectory
Ramsey-Wright Building
Known as the Stylerite
Department Store
King’s Hotel
Clarks Opera House Construction
Construction Digging
Kings Hotel
Special Interest
Dauphin Beach
1925
Bath House
at Dauphin Beach
1925
First Train into Dauphin
1896
Shuttle Relay Race
1911
Dauphin Sports Day
1900
Dauphin Sports Day
1900
Old Swimming Hole
West Bridge Dauphin
1895
Old Barker Block
1895
Old C&R Train
Dauphin's 115th Birthday
Dauphin's 115th Birthday
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Dauphin turned 115 on July 11 2013. Here is a photo slideshow of some historic buildings and recent buildings. An interesting "Then and Now"

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Dauphin's 115th Birthday

  1. 1. Birthday Slideshow
  2. 2. Dauphin’s First Bylaw “Where it is necessary to appoint A Secretary Treasurer and a Solicitor & to fix their salaries & to define their Duties & liabilities…”
  3. 3. Architecture
  4. 4. Court House 1918
  5. 5. May 2012
  6. 6. Railway Station Garden, 1927
  7. 7. Railway Station Built in 1912
  8. 8. Railway Station & Town Hall 1927
  9. 9. Inside the Old Town Hall Which was renamed the Watson Arts Center in 1985 after a Dauphin Dentist & Musician Vernol L. Watson
  10. 10. Town Hall now the Watson Arts Center Picture taken in May 2012
  11. 11. 2012 Railway Station
  12. 12. Hospital
  13. 13. “Regional Health Center” Hospital 2009
  14. 14. Land Titles Office
  15. 15. Main Street North 1930
  16. 16. Main Street South 1930
  17. 17. Whitmore School 1912
  18. 18. Whitmore School 2013
  19. 19. McKenzie School Spelled now as MacKenzie, original documents spelled the name as McKenzie. It replaced two prior structures of the same name, both of which were destroyed by fire: the first in 1909 and the second in 1926.
  20. 20. Mackenzie Middle School 2013
  21. 21. The wood frame and stucco building was demolished in the late 1980s and replaced by the present structure. Smith Jackson School
  22. 22. Smith Jackson School 2013
  23. 23. Sandringham School The Sandringham School District was organized formally in October 1892 and a one-room log school building was erected the following year on the northwest quarter of 16-25-20 west of the Principal Meridian, in the Rural Municipality of Dauphin, on land donated by Charlie Hicks. In 1949, it was replaced by a new building. The school closed in 1964 with remaining students going to schools in Dauphin. In 1980, the log school building was moved to Fort Dauphin Museum and a monument commemorates it here.
  24. 24. Trembowla School A sign marks the first location of the Trembowla School building in the Rural Municipality of Dauphin. Established formally as a district in November 1899, the building was later moved to a site nearby. The former building of Riverbend School No. 1176 was moved to the area in 1960 and used until 1965 when the district was dissolved.
  25. 25. Municipal Power Plant 1913
  26. 26. Dauphin Fair Grounds 1917
  27. 27. Ukrainian Catholic Church of the Resurrection Built between 1936 and 1939
  28. 28. St.Paul’s Anglican Church & Rectory
  29. 29. Ramsey-Wright Building Known as the Stylerite Department Store
  30. 30. King’s Hotel Clarks Opera House Construction
  31. 31. Construction Digging Kings Hotel
  32. 32. Special Interest
  33. 33. Dauphin Beach 1925
  34. 34. Bath House at Dauphin Beach 1925
  35. 35. First Train into Dauphin 1896
  36. 36. Shuttle Relay Race 1911
  37. 37. Dauphin Sports Day 1900
  38. 38. Dauphin Sports Day 1900
  39. 39. Old Swimming Hole West Bridge Dauphin 1895
  40. 40. Old Barker Block 1895
  41. 41. Old C&R Train

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