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The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

North Yorkshire
Ryedale (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
SE 78596 71599


SE780715 801-1/8/173 10/06/74

MALTON YORKERSGATE (South side) No.27 National Westminster Bank



Bank. 1866, with C20 alteration. By Rawlins Gould for Robert Bower, proprietor of the East Riding Bank. Italianate style. Front of sandstone ashlar, rear of pink and cream mottled brick, with slate roof. 2-storey 7-window front, on plinth. 3 entrances, one in centre, and one at each end. Doorcases composed of pilasters on pedestals, and plain entablatures with console cornice hoods. Central doorcase Tuscan; the outer ones have moulded imposts beneath coved triglyph blocks. Doors are of 6 raised-and-fielded panels, with segment-headed overlights, in keyed architraves. All windows are round-headed single-pane sashes with aprons, those on ground floor in Gibbsian surrounds, those on first floor in raised architraves, all with grooved console keyblocks. Moulded first-floor band, and moulded sillband on each floor, which on first floor forms coping to attached balustrade with urn finials beneath centre window. Moulded impost band on both floors, on ground floor continuing across doorheads to form transoms to overlights. Moulded eaves band and heavy cornice on console brackets, beneath sunk panelled parapet with urn finials on square piers. Besides providing premises for the East Riding Bank, the building included living accommodation for the first cashier, Thomas Reed, and offices rented by a firm of solicitors, Messrs Walker and Langborne. (Malton Messenger: East Riding Bank: 1866-; The Westminster Bank in Leeds: 1960-).

Listing NGR: SE7859671599


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'Malton Messenger' in East Riding Bank, (1866)
'Malton Messenger' in The Westminster Bank in Leeds, (1960)


This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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Date: 28 Jan 2001
Reference: IOE01/03318/33
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr John Turner. Source Historic England Archive
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