• Amphitheatre and Tower

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      The original Master Plan of 1964 called for the campus to stretch out 1 1/4 miles across the escarpment with arts buildings west of the tower and science buildings to the east. This plan laid out the development of Brock for the next 10 or 11 years by which time enrollment was expected to be near 8000 students. Pictured here is the tower and behind it, in the lower left portion of the picture, the planned outdoor amphitheatre. This view is from the edge of the escarpment facing southward or southeast.
    • Brock University Tower

      n.d.
      The original Master Plan of 1964 called for the campus to stretch out 1 1/4 miles across the escarpment with arts buildings west of the tower and science buildings to the east. This plan laid out the development of Brock for the next 10 or 11 years by which time enrollment was expected to be near 8000 students. Pictured here is the tower and main entrance to the university. To the left is a planned administration building. The original plans also called for a miniature canal running between the boulevard at the entrance which would then pass through an underground system and open up into a waterfall at the brink of the escarpment behind the tower.
    • Glenridge Campus Master Plan

      1969-1970
      1969-70 floor plan for the old Glenridge Campus located at Glenridge and Lockhart. For a more detailed copy, please contact the archives.
    • Historical Map

      1964-06
      Note the land allocated for Brock University shaded in gray between Thorold and Grantham townships.
    • Land Use Map

      1964-06
      This map shows the entire campus master plan and details what each area of land would be used for.
    • Master Plan Layout

      n.d.
      The original Master Plan of 1964 called for the campus to stretch out 1 1/4 miles across the escarpment with arts buildings west of the tower and science buildings to the east. This plan laid out the development of Brock for the next 10 or 11 years by which time enrollment was expected to be near 8000 students.
    • Master Plan Map

      1964-06
      Master Plan Phase 2. Map of the original 1964 master plan showing the planned campus layout and distances from the centre of campus (ie. the Tower).
    • Master Plan Map

      1964-06
      Master Plan Phase 2. This overhead map of the original 1964 Master Plan shows the planned campus layout along the escarpment.
    • Phase 1 Map

      1964-06
      Phase 1 Map of the Master Plan showing the Tower and Thistle Complex, along with some additional buildings and the main parking lot. Note the location of the Central Utilities Building to the east differs from it's actual location along the escarpment.
    • Physical Education Centre

      circa 1969
      Closer view of the site plan for the Physical Educaiton Centre.
    • Physical Education Centre Layout

      circa 1969
      Site Plan for the Physical Education centre and surrounding landscapes.
    • Physical Education Centre Plans

      circa 1969
      Site Plan for the Physical Educaiton Centre and future athletic sites. Note the proposed ice rink, track and tennis courts. This site plan would have been made c. 1969.
    • Residence Model

      1967-09
      Model layout of the 3 stage residence expansion to the university proposed in September of 1967. This was a revision of the original master plan which called for high rise residences east of the Tower rather then the sprawling residences shown here. Although modified slightly from the model, the first stage of the residence would become a reality in the form of the Decew Residence. The realization of the second stage would also eventually take place when the Gordon and Betty Vallee Residence was constructed.
    • Residence Model

      1967-09
      Model layout of the 3 stage residence expansion to the university proposed in September of 1967. This was a revision of the original master plan which called for high rise residences east of the Tower rather then the sprawling residences shown here. Although modified slightly from the model, the first stage of the residence would become a reality in the form of the Decew Residence. The realization of the second stage would also eventually take place when the Gordon and Betty Vallee Residence was constructed.
    • Tower and Pedestrian Mall

      n.d.
      The original Master Plan of 1964 called for the campus to stretch out 1 1/4 miles across the escarpment with arts buildings west of the tower and science buildings to the east. This plan laid out the development of Brock for the next 10 or 11 years by which time enrollment was expected to be near 8000 students. Pictured here is the tower and university centre. The view is looking east towards a cluster of science buildings and residences in the background.
    • Tower Perspective

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      A drawing of the front entrance of the campus showing the tower and surrounding structures.