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Pilkington Glass

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Pilkington's Glass Works to South of Watson Street , St Helens History Pics, Local History, Family History, St Helens Town, Saint Helens, Pilkington Glass, Work Opportunities, Manchester England, Industrial Architecture

Pilkington's Glass Works to South of Watson Street , St Helens

www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/en-216369-offices-at-pil... Office building. 1886 by R Medland Taylor. Extended on Canal Street side 1924 by Briggs & Thornley and again (late 1930s) by H L Rowse. Red brick and terracotta, slate roof. One storey and attic, 11 bays. Top cornice and parapet. 1st and 6th bays break forward under gables, that to 1st bay stepped, that to 6th bay with shaped gable containing panel inscribed "PILKINGTON BROTHERS".

Pilkington's Glass Works to South of Watson Street , St Helens History Pics, Local History, Family History, St Helens Town, Saint Helens, Pilkington Glass, Work Opportunities, Manchester England, Industrial Architecture

Pilkington's Glass Works to South of Watson Street , St Helens

www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/en-216369-offices-at-pil... Office building. 1886 by R Medland Taylor. Extended on Canal Street side 1924 by Briggs & Thornley and again (late 1930s) by H L Rowse. Red brick and terracotta, slate roof. One storey and attic, 11 bays. Top cornice and parapet. 1st and 6th bays break forward under gables, that to 1st bay stepped, that to 6th bay with shaped gable containing panel inscribed "PILKINGTON BROTHERS".

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FACTORY WELFARE WORK: WELFARE AT PILKINGTON'S GLASS FACTORY, ST HELENS, LANCASHIRE, ENGLAND, UK, 1944

D 20117. Work in progress at a sheet glass factory probably the Pilkington glass works at St Helens. A large sheet of glass is transferred by crane following casting to the grinding machine which will grind and polish the glass

Paul Nash Black and white negative, factory site, Pilkington’s glass factory, St Helens, Lancashire 1935 St Helens Town, Saint Helens, Pilkington Glass, Work Opportunities, Landscapes, Archive, England, Comic, Industrial

‘Black and white negative, factory site, Pilkington’s glass factory, St Helens, Lancashire’, Paul Nash, 1935 – Tate Archive | Tate

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"Purpose-built Head Offices and attached canteen block. Offices clad in opaque blue glass panels and green slate; canteen faced in white concrete. Pilkington Glass, Alexandra Park, Saint Helens, Glass Office, English Heritage, White Concrete, My Town, Memories, Memoirs

Pilkingtons Head Office, Alexandra Park, St Helens

"Purpose-built Head Offices and attached canteen block. 1959-63. Designed by Fry Drew and Partners. Offices clad in opaque blue glass panels and green slate; canteen faced in white concrete." GRADE 2 LISTED ENGLISH HERITAGE