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1-5 Sidney Street, Lloyd’s Bank (Foster’s Bank)

History of 1-5 Sidney Street

This building was designed by the famous architect Alfred Waterhouse who also designed Girton College and the Natural History Museum in London. He was commissioned by the Foster family who wanted a new location for their bank which had outgrown its old location in Trinity Street. Both the exterior and interior of the building are impressive.

1962: Lloyd’s Bank

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