Here we hope to place logs and images pertaining to the restoration effort. Hopefully this will be helpful to all the people doing the restoration as well as anyone wanting to help restore their own historical site. And of course the curious . . .
From: Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers Vol. 28 (1868-1869) in London, England:
The under portion of the cornice forms the gutter, which conducts the rain-water to a lion's head placed over each standard whilst the upper portion is of open work which improves its appearance, and hides the little ventilating boxes placed in the gutter.