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IoE Number: 388247
Location: TRUSTEE SAVINGS BANK, 82 KING STREET (south side)
Photographer: Mr Nigel Wood
Date Photographed: 18 October 2005
Date listed: 25 February 1952
Date of last amendment: 06 June 1994
Grade I

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MANCHESTER SJ8398SE KING STREET 698-1/27/194 (South side) 25/02/52 No.82 Trustee Savings Bank (Formerly Listed as: KING STREET (South side) No.82 (Even) Bank of England) GV I Bank. 1845-6, by C.R.Cockerell; altered. Sandstone ashlar with Portland stone plinth and parapet, slate roof. Rectangular plan on end-of-block site. Monumental classical style. Three storeys over basement, 5 bays, symmetrical; with a plinth interrupted by basement-area railings, channelled rustication except at 2nd floor, a giant colonnade of engaged Doric columns to the ground and 1st floors with entablature and triglyph frieze breaking forwards over the 3-bay centre (forming a balcony which has hooped railings), pilastered 2nd floor with prominent cornice (projected over each pilaster), and a central 3-bay pediment. The 3-bay centre has giant round-headed arches with moulded imposts, run-out voussoirs and keystones, the centre containing a late C19 inserted square headed doorway with enriched architrave and the outer containing tripartite windows with pilastered surrounds and protected by spear-railings, and all with Diocletian windows to 1st floor. The outer bays and the 2nd floor have windows with moulded architraves, except that in the centre of the 2nd floor which is in free Venetian form with engaged columns and radiating tympanum. The left return side (to Pall Mall), 3 bays in simpler form, has the original doorway in the centre, in a large round-headed arch with emphatically rusticated surround and voussoirs. Interior altered.

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