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The Block House - Page 5

Under the supervision of volunteer engineers, architects and crane operators, the log portion of the Block House was lowered into place. Photograph: LACAC

The cradle and supporting beams allowed the crane operators to precisely position the log portion of the building. Photograph: LACAC

Once the log portion of the building was in place, stone masons set to work filling in the gaps in the stonework surrounding the cradle and beams. Photograph: LACAC

The Block House now stands at the corner of Pim and Bay Streets, a truly historic location. It faces the St. Mary's River and is surrounded by the Ermatinger Old Stone House, the Algonqiun Hotel, the Bush Plane Heritage Centre and the Government Dock. Photograph: W. Eisenbichler

The site at the corner of Pim and Bay Streets once referred to as the Ermatinger Old Stone House is now formally identified as the Ermatinger Clergue Heritage Site. Photograph: W. Eisenbichler

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