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02 August 2009

1905 – Bank of Montreal, Regina, Saskatchewan

Typical of many smaller bank branches from this time, with living accommodation above the commercial floor. Built to replace a building of 1897 that was destroyed by fire. Demolished in 1950.

31 July 2009

1892 – Camden Safe Deposit & Trust, Camden, New Jersey

Architect: Frank Miles Day & Brothers The Camden Safe Deposit & Trust Company opened its new building at the northeast corner of Broadway and Market Street on October 31, 1892. A new building...

23 July 2009

1893 – London & South Western Bank, Willesden Green, London

Architect: Edward Gabriel Branch of the London & South Western Bank. Gabriel designed several branches for this particular banking company.

23 July 2009

1892 – London & South Western Bank, Wimbledon Hill, London

Architect: Edward Gabriel Branch of the London & South Western Bank. Gabriel designed several branches for this particular banking company.

20 July 2009

1878 – Corner Premises, Newgate & King Edward Street, London

Architect: James W. James From The Building News: “This conspicuous building is now in course of erection on a commanding site at the corner of Newgate-street and King Edward-street. The building was designed...

14 July 2009

1905 – Yorkshire Penny Bank, Leeds, Yorkshire

Architect: George B. Bulmer

14 July 2009

1885 – Yorkshire Penny Bank, Leeds, Yorkshire

Architect: J.P. Kay

14 July 2009

1884 – New Bank, North St., Leeds, Yorkshire

Architect: Edward J. Dodgshun

13 July 2009

1900 – Parrs Bank, Castle Street, Liverpool, Lancashire

Architect: Richard Norman Shaw Still in use as a bank, now a branch of NatWest. The upper floors remain largely as designed by Shaw, the ground floor fenestration and detailing has been simplified.