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Beatson, William, 1808?-1870 :[Design for All Saints' Church, Vanguard Street, Nelson]. South elevation. No. 3 / W Beatson, archt. [December 1867?].

Reference Number: Plans-99-020-021

Shows south elevation of a wooden church building (purportedly All Saints' Church, Nelson) with a belfry and circular apse at the right. The walls have windows in the upper half but there is no clerestory as on the church as it was built in 1868. The final belfry tower was taller and was not built until 1890.This is possibly the first draft plan, of December 1867, later revised, March 1868.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Pencil works and Architectural drawings, related to All Saints' Church (Nelson), Nelson City and Anglican church buildings - New Zealand - Nelson Region.

Part of:
Beatson, William, 1807-1870 :[Architectural plans of buildings in England and Nelson. 1840-1870]., Reference Number Plans-99-020 (44 digitised items)

Extent: 1 plan(s)Pencil, on sheet 330 x 534 mm.. Horizontal imagePlans

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