I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: the people putting up this scaffolding have to be of a special breed to be able to work at those heights. Like in the photo in the slideshow where there’s a guy holding a wooden beam, laying his own floor to walk on, with no netting around him yet… My respects! Be careful, be safe, and may God watch over you!
-Fr. Matthew Green
City Hall at night
The scaffolding doesn’t exactly add to the aesthetic value, but it doesn’t totally hide the imposing elegance of the building either. I really look forward to seeing the results of this important restoration!
As promised in the newspapers a few weeks ago, it looks like the scaffolding is just about complete and restoration work about to begin on our beautiful and historic City Hall in Gloucester. Here are some photos I took on Wednesday evening and Thursday morning.
It takes a special kind of person to be able to work on top of scaffolding like that. My knees would be turning to jelly. May the people up there stay safe, and may their work go smoothly!