The 1883 Primitive Methodist magazine contains a note of the opening of a new Primitive Methodist chapel and schoolroom at Kilburn Lane in the Camden Town circuit.
The site and building together cost £2,850 of which they had raised nearly half. We are told that already “many souls have been born from above; this is the best kind of consecration”.
The only chapel I can see on the 1915 Ordnance Survey map is on the corner of Herries Street. Its denomination is not given. On the 1938 map it is labelled Methodist church. The building appears on Street View to substantially still exist., now in residential use. Was that it?
How does this chapel relate to Kilburn Primitive Methodist chapel, with its foundation stone laying described in the Primitive Methodist magazine of 1882? Is it the same chapel?
Primitive Methodist magazine 1883 page 379