The "charging horseman" Birks clock in Hamilton, Ontario. The Birks building used to be at the corner of King and James St. Oscar Wilde saw the building and said it was the most beautiful in North America. The building was torn down in 1972, and the clock is all that's left. Recently it's been taken down to be fixed, and there are plans to place it indoors the farmers market to protect it.
Hamilton Dundurn Castle was built by Sir Allan MacNab in 1835. Dundurn, the title of one of the chieftainships of the Clan MacNab means "Fort on Water", and this fabulous structure has been situated with a grand view of Burlington Bay. MacNab followed henry Holland's practice of building with brick and covering that with stucco. All façades are bisected horizontally with string courses that terminate in entablatures in the front and verandah parapets in the back