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Lloyds Bank Lloyd's Bank, Walsall

Description: Lloyds Bank Lloyd's Bank

Grade: II
Date Listed: 31 July 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 219050

OS Grid Reference: SP0129398510
OS Grid Coordinates: 401293, 298510
Latitude/Longitude: 52.5844, -1.9823

Location: Park Street, Walsall WS1 1ER

Locality: Walsall
County: Walsall
Country: England
Postcode: WS1 1ER

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Listing Text

SP 0198 NW
SP 0198 SW

13/15 Lloyd's Bank
- II
Bank. c1900. Limestone ashlar with slate roof. Baroque style. Three
storeys, with five bays facing Park Street, four facing The Bridge and
one diagonally across the corner. Ground floor rusticated, with cornice,
windows with round heads and keystones, and cartouches between bays under
the cornice. Upper storeys separated by giant Corinthian pilasters. Each
bay contains a recessed two-storey canted bay window with pilasters as
mullions, sashes with glazing bars, a first floor cornice, and a second
floor pediment. The diagonal bay is blank on the first and second floors
and has a carving of a beehive. Balustrade above modillion cornice. Door-
ways in third bay facing The Bridge, with round head, and in left-hand bay
facing Park Stret, with pediment. Shown on a photograph taken by Billy
Meikle, c1910, and in an earlier photograph which shows both the bank and
the predecessor of the present building, dated 1904, on the corner of
Park Street and Bradford Street. (Lewis, M: Walsall in Old Picture Postcards,

Listing NGR: SP0129398510

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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