{"title": "Preparing for the Miller-Scott Organ","images":[{"caption":"A major element in attaching the new organ case to the building is the introduction of a steel beam inside the common wall of the south organ chamber and Andrew Hall. Here we see protection of elements in Andrew Hall while the new beam is installed. ","src":"http://www.saintthomaschurch.org/uploads/photos/AH_3.JPG"},{"caption":"The tile wall construction in this area is being removed and prepared to receive the steel beam. ","src":"http://www.saintthomaschurch.org/uploads/photos/AH_5.JPG"},{"caption":"A basic cleaning of the reredos stone has already been completed. The north side scaffolding enables specialist conservation workers to reach every crevice of the 1913 organ case. The goal is to clean and wax the wood and to repair minor damage. ","src":"http://www.saintthomaschurch.org/uploads/photos/nave_2.JPG"},{"caption":"The intricate decorative screens that front the two organ chamber openings nearest the reredos are being preserved. The smaller scaffolding setup, seen here in the south stall canopy gallery, has been erected for that purpose. ","src":"http://www.saintthomaschurch.org/uploads/photos/north_and_south_case_5.JPG"},{"caption":"The immensity of the scaffold reminds us just how large the organ case is. ","src":"http://www.saintthomaschurch.org/uploads/photos/north_case_4.JPG"}]}