Description: Yorkshire Bank
Date Listed: 13 January 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 333741
OS Grid Reference: SE3444106362
OS Grid Coordinates: 434441, 406362
Latitude/Longitude: 53.5528, -1.4816
SE3406SW BARNSLEY PEEL SQUARE
9/52 Yorkshire Bank
including No 19
Bank and shop premises. 1857 (Tasker). Ashlar. Welsh slate roof. 3 storeys
and attics. 2 bays to Peel Square, one round corner bay, 4 bays to Market Hill
plus a further single bay and a rounded corner bay which both belong to No 19.
Corner site. Italianate style. Rusticated ground floor. Rusticated quoins to
ends and corner bays at 1st-and 2nd-floor level. Square-headed entrance in
corner bay with architrave, swagged frieze and cornice. Segmental-headed ground-
floor windows with voussoirs, dropped keystones and aprons. C20 shop frontage
to No 19. Modillioned 1st-floor cornice. Round-arched 1st-floor windows have
architraves with pilasters, motifs in spandrels, friezes and cornices. Similar
paired lights to 5th bay (No 19). Segmental-headed 2nd-floor windows on sill
band, with eared architraves and dropped keystones. Similar paired lights to
5th bay (No 19). Heavily modillioned eaves cornice with ashlar parapet.
Surmounting the corner bay is a good lead lantern with swept sides and elliptical
lights. Later C20 dormer windows. Hipped roof.
The premises were built as the Coach and Horses Public House, and became a bank
E. G. Tasker, Barnsley Streets Vol II, 1974.
Listing NGR: SE3444106362
Source: English Heritage
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