The Diocese of Savannah acquired Henry Ford's Martha-Mary Chapel in 1955. It was built by Ford in the 1930's as a Protestant Congregationalist Chapel and named for his mother and mother-in-law.
This is how this once Protestant chapel looked after it was converted into Saint Anne Catholic Church in 1955. Please note the altar railing in its original position but which I believe was a part of the original plan as a Protestant chapel.
Of course the altar elevated three steps would have been new. The altar shown below is gone; I have no idea where it is now:
However, when we celebrate the EF Mass, the second free-standing altar is easily moved away and the altar railing would function as it would in an EF Mass with its current location, which is somewhat Anglican in style!
Here is the progression of how things looked in the last week and a half.
The tabernacle to the side: