The Queen’s Hotel, with its red sandstone façade, was once an imposing presence at St-Jacques and Peel Sts. Built in the 1890s, it was “one of the most magnificent examples of 19th-century architecture in the city,” according to Joshua Wolfe of Heritage Montreal. Read More

via History Through Our Eyes: Oct. 11, 1988, the Queen’s Hotel — Montreal Gazette

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