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Glass House St Helens

The Glass House St Helens
The Glass House with the structure been raised in 1939 in the glass making town. St Helens has been connected with the glass business since the mid eighteenth century. The town's honor winning World of Glass guests' inside is just a couple of meters from this Wetherspoon bar.
The road wherein this Wetherspoon bar stands once reached out similarly as Church Street. Among its presently disappeared structures were Georgian houses involved by William Twist's distribution center and the Original Vaults bar.
The structure that you are presently in was raised in 1939. It was shared until the 1970s by the Wine and Spirit Merchants Gallies and Co, and Twists, sellers in equipment and extravagant merchandise.
The two firms initially had separate structures on the site. Wind's distribution center consolidated the town's first Wesleyan Chapel.
After the Methodists moved to another structure in Tontine Street, the sanctuary was utilized by post and duty specialists, and a firm of specialists. In 1849 it is set apart as Court of Requests, a kind of little cases court.
Two old cabins additionally remained on the site. During the 1870s they were utilized to store wine and spirits, earlier held under the old Town Hall. By the 1880s they had become Gallie's premises.

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