While running up the stairs of a hotel to inspect a room, I caught the beautiful sight of this 159 year old church on the Mall Road in Murree. Could’ve cropped out the window bar on the left side of the frame, but felt that it would give the true idea of being photographed from inside a building.
The Holy Trinity Church was consecrated in May of 1857, just as the “Mutiny” or first war of Independence against British rule began. Opposite the Church lay the most significant commercial establishments, the Post Office, general merchants with European goods, tailors and a millinery (hat shop) were established. The Church was the center of early colonial life and still serves the town’s remaining Christian population and expatriates.
An old photograph from ImagesofAsia.com shows a painting of the church in 1910: