Back down on the main floor again. Looking across to the enclosed section.
Sitting in this enclosed area resting a bit I realized that the glass caught the reflections of the windows behind me and created a really nice setting. So enjoy, I did.
Ahhhhh, a rope. Hmmmmmmmm.
You can see part of the lader up to the bell.
A better view of the ladder up to the bell.
And the bell. Picture courtesy of Jeff Langdon.
A photograph of a photograph of the pipes for the original pipe organ of many years ago.
A picture of Rev. Taggart that was downstairs. Text and picture courtesy of Jeff Langdon.
The box was a step up into the choir loft I think. I turned it over and found this. Text and picture courtesy of Jeff Langdon.
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