Model Update

Back in Thorold for only two weeks, J. Alan Daniels devoted 40 more hours to adding detail to the model.

This included framing the west wall and adding some shingles to the lower section of the west roof as well as facing the east wall. He also fashioned eight windows with a twelve-over-twelve pane configuration that would have been used in the mid-19th century. Six of them can be seen in situ on the east face. (Each window has taken 2 hours to complete!) In addition to this, the pews have now all been completed in the gallery. He even made a replica organ!

Amazing work! 

North façade

North façade

Northeast corner with 6 of the 10 twelve-over-twelve sash windows completed

Northeast corner with 6 of the 10 twelve-over-twelve sash windows completed

Northwest corner, showing construction of the west wall

Northwest corner, showing construction of the west wall

Southeast corner

Southeast corner

Looking into the gallery as part of a cross-section of the south façade

Looking into the gallery as part of a cross-section of the south façade

Bird's eye view of from the early 1830s as the church was being constructed!

Bird’s eye view of from the early 1830s as the church was being constructed!

All photos are courtesy and copyright of J. Alan Daniels of Dandeisgn 2002 Inc.

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