The cupola in the Town House is being completely restored during redevelopment as part of the Faithlie Centre.
Here’s a rare view of the inside before work starts.
The lead-work is being completely replaced – the lower sheets will hang on the frame which you can see from below.
For the avoidance of doubt, there’s nothing structurally wrong with these timbers. This is what 150-year old wood looks like. Feast your eyes – hopefully they’ll be covered over again for a long time!
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