Bay Street Armoury
Bay Street Armoury (1915-Present) - A Canadian Federal Armoury established in 1915 in present day Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Active military armoury.
Built between 1914-1915 as a part of a program to reform and expand the Active Volunteer Canadian Militia prior to the start of World War I. The armoury was built as a large rectangular brick and steel structure in the Tudor Revival style with administrative offices along the two long sides. Includes a large open central area for drills and parades. Towers guard each side of a large troop door centered at the front.
World War II Units:
Active armoury. Home to the Museum of the 5th (BC) Regiment RCA and the following units:
Visited: 3 Jun 2014
Bay Street Armoury Picture Gallery