On our trip to England in 2007, we took some photos of these homes with stained glass in them. Do not be deceived to think that all English homes still have their original stained glass window in place. We expect that less than one percent of the windows that were originally installed now remain, as the vast majority have been removed and replaced by thermopane. Most of these homes are in the north counties of England. They are in the post-industrial revolution cities. The industrial revolution has already happened, and the population shifted from the countryside into the cities a few generations earlier. It was now time in the 1860's to 1880's to build a new set of homes for the rising working class. These stone townhomes were often the answer to the housing needs in this era of a growing economy.