Two of Prince Albert’s historical buildings will be dismantled this month. The City of Prince Albert says the Nisbet Church and Blockhouse in Kinsmen Park have been underutilized for the last 40 years. President of the Historical Society, Connie Gerwind, says the two buildings were moved from their original locations near the river and they have gotten run down and are now a hazard and difficult to restore. The decision has been made to take them apart, save as much as they can and store them. At a later time, they could be reconstructed in some form when a suitable location and funding are available. The Blockhouse’s first use was a stable for Prince Albert’s first lawyer in 1881, then 1885 it was transformed to a “blockhouse” to protect the city during the resistance. It was moved to its current location in 1933. The Nisbet Church/School was built in 1872 and used as the church for the mission until 1881. It was moved in 1932 and was used as a museum until the 1950s and then again in the 1970s.