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Description: Lloyds Bank (Northern Part)
Lloyds Bank (Southern Part)
Date Listed: 16 July 1949
English Heritage Building ID: 191836
OS Grid Reference: TF0679245879
OS Grid Coordinates: 506792, 345879
Latitude/Longitude: 52.9996, -0.4102
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16.7.49. No 2 (Lloyds Bank)
(Formerly listed under Market Place)
- No 2 (Lloyds Bank)
TF 0645 1/24
2 buildings. Southern part is late C17. 2 storeys in ashlar with rusticated
quoins and modern slate roof with stone stacks. Coved eaves cornice. 2 later
dormers. Plinth. 3 Windows, original glazing bars and bolection stone frames
with elaborate keystones with masks. Bolection moulded band between storeys,
Segmental pediment over central ground floor window. Moulded and carved bolection
cornice over door with acanthus leaf keystone. Modern building adjoins to North,
dated 1904 on rain-water-head to Market Street. Somewhat similar style. 2
storeys in ashlar with modern green tile roof. Moulded blocking course, modillion
cornice and broken pediment. Ground floor has 3 windows with segmental pediments
and carved frieze. Moulded stone architraves: hung sashes with glazing bars.
Ground floor is channelled. 1st floor has coat of arms with mantling. To right,
1 window in shouldered architrave with triple keystone beneath broken pediment,
flanked by panels and with iron guard over doorway which has open segmental
pediment with coat of arms and mantling. Block rusticated pilasters with Ionic
capitals and triple keystone. Panelled double doors. Left-hand windows on
ground have panelled bases with vermiculated rustication. Plinth.
Nos 2 to 12 (even) form a group.
Listing NGR: TF0678545877
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Source: English Heritage
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