Construction on the courthouse, built in the Romanesque Revival style, was completed in 1891. The building was renovated to its former glory in 2003-2005.
If the interior looks familiar, it's because James Reiley Gordon, the architect that designed it, also designed the beautiful Victoria County Courthouse we looked at a few weeks ago.
And, should you get hungry while you're at the courthouse, head across South Main to Bistro 108 for some unbelievably good food.
Here's a shot of the obelisk out front and the 100 foot tall clock tower.
Here's a closer look at the facade. I love the use of different stones around the arch.
They don't make courtrooms like this anymore.
This is a shot of the balcony overlooking the courtroom (not the best picture I've ever taken).
This is a shot of the gallery in the darkened courtroom.
Looking up through the glass roof above the atrium.
And who's that dashing gentleman standing in front of the atrium fountain?