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Westminster Bank Trumpington Street

Trumpington Street, 10 (11) Bene’t Street, Westminster Bank, Corpus Christi College

History of Westminster Bank,Trumpington Street

Listed Building:

1866. Gothic style. By Horace Francis. White brick with stone dressings and good carving. Buttresses. Gothic windows. 3 storeys and basement. Doorway of main entrance set on splay of angle. In prominent position in relation to King’s Parade. Good cast iron area railings on Trumpington Street frontage.



(10) Sweeling

(11) Thirkell



University procession 1910 (MoC477/74)

The photo was taken on Honorary Degree Day with the Esquire Bedells, the Vice Chancellor and Theodore Roosevelt en route for Senate House.

1913: London County and Westminster Bank


2nd Lieut. Francis Charlton Lanaway, aged 36, killed in action 21.8.1918. He had been First Cashier at the bank.

1962: (10 Bene’t Street)

Westminster Bank

The former doorway of the bank now houses the Corpus clock. This was installed in 2008.


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