Bounded by Victoria Street, Upper Spring Street and Upper Burgess Street.
"It was not until 1849 that an effort to re-establish the cause was made by the Lincolnshire Association of Independent Churches and Ministers.
Eventually the Hull Association was able to begin services in the Mechanics’ Hall in 1859, and when Spring Church was built in 1861, nearly half its trustees were from Hull"
"Spring Church, by the Louth architect James Fowler (1828-92) cost £1,539, plus £450 for the land on Victoria Street"
Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1869 states :-
"The Congregational church, Upper Spring street, is of red brick in the Early English style, and has a tower with small spire on the north side : there are about 600 sittings"
DB 12 January 2019