Colour slide of the Lamb-Stirling house under restoration. The house is white with peeling siding, and an inner red trim around the window pane. There is a piece of board still attached to the bottom left side of the window. The house appears to be lifted: some of the boards beneath are visible in the bottom of the photograph. Inside the window, a man is using what looks like a small crowbar on a piece of the house. He is turned to face the left, and is wearing a grey-blue sweater and jeans. Behind him is a person in a patterned shirt with their arms crossed, and to their left is a woman in a pink shirt with her hand on her hip. Below the man is a piece of the window, leaning against the wall of the house on the inside. There is a note on the back of the slide which says these are "heritage" windows; likely, they are imitating the original windows, or they are the original windows.