The Undercook nodded, and drew back a little from the high gallery window.
"Yeah, sure, and someday when I least expect it, I'll find myself in a gallery window."
A brick was thrown through the gallery window, which led to it being featured on the cover of Time Out.
In 1829 a gallery and a gallery window were added to the nave.
On the south side of the nave are two buttresses between which is a round-headed gallery window.
From a gallery window, she watched him ride away.
She stepped close to the gallery windows, shouldering others aside.
She had seen a couple of operations through the gallery windows but such an experience was akin to watching it on TV.
A pulpit window, between the levels of the ground floor and gallery windows, would typically be in the center of the north wall.
And then it is turned back the other way: through tiny holes in the aluminum disk, we can see the sky outside the gallery window.