Treherne, Manitoba, Canada: Glass Bottle House and Church

Glass bottle house, bathroom, church and wishing well made by Bob and Dora Cain, and Fred Harp.
Railway Ave., Treherne, MB, Canada
South off Hwy 2. on the corner of Railway Ave and Alexander St. Next to the train tracks.
Summer M-Su 11 am - 7 pm. Closed Sept-May.
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Glass Bottle House and Church

Group of glass bottle structures -- including a house, bathroom, church and wishing well -- made by Bob and Dora Cain, with help from Fred Harp. They started collecting bottles in 1979. The church was built in 1983 using 5,000 bottles -- it contains an organ and pulpit.

[Bradley Anderson, 01/19/2011]

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