Sunday, May 27, 2007

St. Mary, Norwalk

Photo by Alex Fries. The little triangular windows, low on the transept, are interesting.

7 comments:

Afries52 said...

i'd still like to know why those windows were never put in there where there are places for one....desing change shortly after the brickwork was finished? there was never a window on the inside, as states all the old pictures i have. i would think they would have the same design in that window as Sacred Heart's little ones do there in the back of it.

Hooda Thunkit said...

And, what's with that plain block "outhouse" with the chimney???

Either they should have dressed it up with some decorative brick or found a better place for it.

And that gang of electrical meters and conduits..., OY VEH!

Jeffrey Smith said...

A bit of brick facing would hide it rather well.

Afries52 said...

it's actually the where the heater is...there is no real basement to the church so that's where it is...there was an outhouse there, as well as the old heating system. The bathroom got moved inside..Thank God!

http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t313/stmarynorwalk/Saint%20Mary/pre%20restoration/bathroom.jpg

http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t313/stmarynorwalk/Saint%20Mary/pre%20restoration/scan0011.jpg

Afries52 said...

that's***mind what i learned in school today

Jeffrey Smith said...

Huh?

Afries52 said...

i was correcting a spelling mistake...