After what seemed like weeks of digging sand and gravel fill at the church site, we finally uncovered the remains of the church interior on Thursday. We found a pretty impressive layer of limestone rubble at about 140 cm below the ground surface. I assume this rubble layer is the limestone knocked off the foundation during the demolition of the church after the fire in 1925. Our plan is to finish cleaning the limestone layer, map and photograph it, then see what’s underneath. Presumably we’ll find anything that was left in the church after the fire. It could be interesting.
More photographs below