St. Mark's Masonic Lodge

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St. Mark's Masonic Lodge
General information
Architectural style Neo-Classical, Ecclesiastical Architecture
Location 24 Queen St.
Town or city Baddeck, NS
Country Canada
Construction started 1898
Completed 1898
Technical details
Structural system Wood frame

St. Mark's Masonic Lodge is a historic Mason's Lodge located at the corner of Queen Street and Grant Street in Baddeck, Nova Scotia. The Lodge was constructed in 1898 to replace a lodge that had been destroyed in a fire.[1]

The lodge was built in the style of a church, with a central square tower on the front gable and a square tower on the rear elevation. The building features elaborate architectural and Masonic details, however many of these have been covered with modern vinyl siding; Masonic symbols are visible on the tower and transom.[1]

The Municipality of the County of Victoria declared the lodge as a municipal heritage property in 2007.[1][2]

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  1. ^ a b c "St. Mark's Masonic Lodge". Historic Places. Parks Canada. Retrieved 13 April 2012. 
  2. ^ "Heritage/Archives". Newsletter. Victoria County. Retrieved 13 April 2012. 

Coordinates: 46°06′04″N 60°45′08″W / 46.1012°N 60.7522°W / 46.1012; -60.7522