|I walked to the north to see the foundation progress on this side. It looks complete, too.|
|The west side has the same beams, but they are covered with black plastic tarps.|
|It's harder to get a full view of the south face, but it appears the beams are in place there, also.|
If you are observant, you will notice that this was the first picture today. It got snowier as I walked around.
|I was curious about the doors after my last post, so today I determined to study them.|
This is the northeast tower doorway. If you look carefully, you will see there is actually no door.
|This is the northwest entrance. Again, what I thought was a door is actually a door jamb.|
|Same on the southwest entrance.|
|I've mentioned before that pictures can be deceptive, but the original stone and brick foundation is being completely removed and the walls supported with I-beams.|
|This is a view of the west side looking north to Center Street.|
Notice that the west side elevation has been cut away.
|This is a view of the east face from the southeast which shows the retaining wall between the tabernacle and University Avenue, with the same lower elevation.|
|This is a view of the north lot from University Avenue. It has the same elevation as the west and east sides.|
|This retaining wall on the northwest edge of the property, between the tabernacle lot and the Nu Skin property, also has a retaining wall. I believe underground parking will be built here.|
|This depressed area had not caught my attention before. I believe the original baptistery was recovered after its excavation. Pictures from this article confirm this.|