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The Glue Pot public house, Emlyn Square, Swindon

Steve Baker, Historic England2020-01-21

Historic England

Historic England
London, United Kingdom

Swindon's Railway Village includes commercial premises that were built at the ends of rows of workers' cottages in the 1840s. Several of these were converted into public houses. The Glue Pot's name derives from the pots of glue that workers used in the nearby Great Western Railway Carriage Works.

Historic England Archive DP263226

Details

  • Title: The Glue Pot public house, Emlyn Square, Swindon
  • Creator: Steve Baker, Historic England
  • Date Created: 2020-01-21

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