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Location - Altrincham, Cheshire - Lancashire & Yorkshire Bank (at left), Union Bank of Manchester (centre)
Date c.1903
Size in mm (approx) - 139 x 88
Publisher - Valentine's
Publisher's Card No. 40179
Un-Used:
Condition: Excellent Condition. Good corners
Further Information - The L & Y Bank became Martins, and the U.B of Manchester, became Barclays. When Barclays then took over Martins they ran both banks as Barclays, but later they chose the L & Y site, and closed the other. The L & Y one has now also closed, as Barclays move to a new glass-house on George St. No motor vehicles visible, and the trams didn't start until 1907 - Note the meat hanging up out side the corner shop
 

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