This seldom, if ever, used door on the east side of St. Peter's Episcopal Church features ornately elegant strap hinges.
St. Peter's is one of Albany's oldest churches with a history dating back well before the Revolutionary War. The present structure is the third and features some exquisite details, including a stunning rose window and a marvelous carved lectern. Located at State and Lodge Streets, St. Peter's is open during lunchtime on weekdays and well worth a visit.
The church's site gives a brief history. Click here to read it.