The panelling was measured and photographed so
that complete accuracy would be available for the
installation in Osgoode Hall. The photographs were
invaluable to the architectural team and craftsmen. The
designated room for panelling was a Conference Room.
Canadian craftsmen went to London to assist in the
dismantelling of the wood. They learned of its joinery
and arranged for shipment. Transportation by air was
considered too risky as it would subject the old wood to
intolerable stresses of quick and extreme humidity changes.