The 1894 Primitive Methodist magazine records that the iron chapel that had been the home of the Primitive Methodist society at Fylde Road was being replaced by a “new and substantial” Chapel. It was in the Preston Second station.
The 1909 Ordnance Survey map shows a large Primitive Methodist chapel on the west side of Fylde Road, just south of its junction with Victoria Street/Greenbank Street, next to The Guild pub. The chapel has a large Sunday school behind it.
The 1892 Ordnance Survey map shows a chapel on the rear of the site, in the position later occupied by the Sunday School. It is still there, labelled as Fylde Road Methodist church in the 1972-1988 series of maps but does not appear on Street View.
Primitive Methodist magazine June 1894 page 477