Bristol Albany Road Primitive Methodist chapel
The Primitive Methodist Conference was held in Bristol in 1900 and there was a Handbook acting both as a reference for those who attended and a souvenir for everyone else. In the Handbook there are pictures of the chapels used for the Conference meetings and rallies.
This is one of the chapels – but it is not named. Thanks to Neil for identifying it as Albany Road chapel Bristol. Only the chapel hall survives as a community centre – Albany Artists. See the comment below.
The 1894 Primitive Methodist magazine contains a note celebrating the laying of foundation stones for a new large school hall and classrooms at Albany Street in Bristol. It was expected to cost £1,000 , most of which they hoped to raise. Is Albany Street the same place as Albany Road?
Primitive Methodist magazine November 1894 page 876