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Location - NORTHWICH, Cheshire - View along High Street from the Bull Ring
Date: - 1935
Size in mm: - 150 x 100 - modern size
Publisher: - Cheshire Libraries & Museums- Modern Reproduction of an old postcard
Publisher's Card No: - None
Un-used:
Condition: - Excellent real photo of an earlier card.
Further Information: The first building on the right is the "UNION BANK of Manchester" - see plaque on the wall below. This subsequently became Barclays Bank, then a restaurant, and has been completely overhauled and refurbished by Temples Letting Agents, prior to moving in during 2015/16. A few building further down can be seen the signboard of the Manchester & COUNTY BANK. This building dates the postcard as the bank traded under that name for about one year only - 1935. It too is still there today (Apr 2017), occupied by solicitors. Remarkably it still displays a poll on the roof which bears the monogram CBL - County Bank Ltd.

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