Lloyds Bank

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BONDGATE WITHIN 1. 5330 (North Side) No 24 (Lloyds Bank) NU 1813 SE 1/149 II 2. The most prominent in a row of 5 banks. Circa 1910 by George Reavell a local architect. Banker's Georgian style. Three storeys, 6 windows, 4 centre bays framed by giant order of swagged Ionic columns, flanked on outside by rusticated piers. Side bays plain. Ashlar; cill course to piano nobile whose windows have triangular and segmental pediments. Balustrated parapet. Casement windows with moulded architraves, 2nd floor windows with aprons. On the ground floor the 2 centre bays have tripartite windows, 2 outer bays, have recessed round hooded doorways with rusticated voussiors and enormous console keys.

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Exterior of Lloyds Bank Limited building, viewed from the southLink
Historic England listing: Lloyds BankLink
Keys to the past: Lloyds BankLink

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