Greengate Street, Stafford,

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Date:1907

Description:The Gothic building on the left was the District Bank, completed in 1907. Inside the banking hall was a hammer-beam roof and two elaborate marble fireplaces. The building was demolished in the 1970s and was replaced by the present National Westminster Bank.

The building on the right, with the porch and dormer windows, is the Alexander Hotel, on the corner of Greengate and Tipping Streets, demolished in the 1960s.


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1860s
Greengate Street, Stafford,
Greengate Street, Stafford,

Note the cattle tethered by the Swan Hotel, whose sign can be seen clearly in the ...

1890s
Greengate Street, Stafford,
Greengate Street, Stafford,

23 Greengate Street, Stafford. This house has now been demolished. It stood opposite ...

1910s
Main Staircase, Chetwynd House, Stafford
Main Staircase, Chetwynd House, Stafford

Chetwynd House was built around 1712-1715 by William Chetwynd, 3rd Viscount Chetwynd ...

1940s
Chetwynd House, Stafford,
Chetwynd House, Stafford,

Chetwynd House was built around 1712-1715 by William Chetwynd, 3rd Viscount Chetwynd ...

1960s
Milford Hall Cricket Club Annual Dinner, Swan Hotel, Stafford
Milford Hall Cricket Club Annual Dinner, Swan Hotel, Stafford

Menu card for Milford Hall Cricket Club's 39th Annual Dinner, held at the Swan Hotel, ...

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Donor ref:P79.018.0002 (18/1610)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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