(4) D.2211 - Cardinal outside the Catholic Church of the Irish Brigade - First World War 'Official Photographs' > Other visitors - Digital Archive - National Library of Scotland
Somewhat off topic, but too good of photo to pass up.
Monday, August 27, 2012
Saturday, August 18, 2012
This is the second time I've posted a photo of a bare remnant of a church, but in this case, it's a much more recent structure. This is where the Post Chapel for the Prisoner of War Camp at Ft. Robinson Nebraska once was. None of the original structures of the POW camp remain, and most is grass prairie, but where the chapel was is now this small stand of bushes.
Thursday, August 16, 2012
I did a very poor job of photographing this church, as I failed to really investigate the full architecture at the time. What is visible in this photo is the 1996 addition to the 1958 church. The spire for the 1958 church is visible. Had I paid more attention at the time, I would have photographed that portion of the church.
Anyhow, this Catholic Church in Gering Nebraska is an interesting example of a church having been substantially added to.
Wednesday, August 15, 2012
This is St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Sidney, Nebraska. It's a striking church that was built in 1913, although I wonder if part of the structure may have been added on to much more recently. If so, the architects did an amazing job of keeping later construction consistent with the original design of the church.