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IoE Number: 447622
Photographer: Mr David Cant
Date Photographed: 05 February 2003
Date listed: 05 November 1985
Date of last amendment: 05 November 1985
Grade II

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COMMERCIAL STREET1164(West Side)SE 02 NESP/147Lloyds Bank

COMMERCIAL STREET 1. 1164 (West Side) SE 02 NE SP/147 Lloyds Bank II 2. Bank. Dated 1897 for the Halifax and Huddersfield Union Bank by Horsfall and Williams. Ashlar sandstone with slate and glass roof. Offices on two floors to either side of full height banking hall. Rusticated plinth and moulded string course at cill level. Entry has eaved architrave in marble with console above and ornate carving of cherubs and an oval window all flanked by paired columns in polished red granite with Corinthian capitals rising from plinths with lions head decoration and supporting pediment which encloses Halifax arms subscribed with the date 1897. Narrow windows to either side with oval windows above and giant Corinthian pilasters complete central part which breaks forward from two further bays neither side each comprising window with eaved architrave and pediment with festooned window above flanked by giant Corinthian pilasters. Parapet decorated with the "holy face" and balustraded in part. Single- storey quadrants with one window and one in each return elevation above link facade with side elevations which have central pair of giant Corinthian pilasters, paired windows to either side with eaved architraves and scroll pediments and festooned windows above. Further bay to either side flanked by pilasters, single window as before with festooned oval window above. Rear elevation plainer, has two large triple windows with large semi-circular window over to light banking hall. INTERIOR:Hall has ornate plasterwork by T Cordingley of Bradford. Four pedimented doorways to either side between giant Corinthian pilasters. Modillion cornice with coved ceiling to meet glass roof carried on plastered iron ribs.

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