Old St Paul's Wellington New Zealand

Bringing the Stories Out of the Woodwork

Plans of the church

Below: Old St Paul’s church today [click for a larger image]

Below: Old St Paul’s in 1866, with the later additions to the church marked.
As is clear from this plan, the church has been added to and expanded a number of times.  Note, for example, the movement of the small octagonal vestry at the top right of the building, and the chancel next to it.  [Click for larger image]

Below: a section of the church drawn in the 1960s [Click for larger image]

The two first plans are by architect Bill Alington.  The section is by architecture firm Carnachan Kay Lenihan. Ref: Plans-81-0614. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington. 

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