Bromley House, Angel Row, Nottingham

Bromley House, Angel Row, Nottingham
Photograph taken 17 March 2005 © Mr Peter Holt FRPS BPE2*. Source Historic England Archive ref: 454757

This building was originally a town house with banking hall. It was built in 1752 by Sir Robert Taylor, for a banker named George Smith. He was the grandson of the founder of Smith's Bank. It was then converted in to a library in c1820. It also housed the first photographic studio in Nottingham, from 1841. This remained in use until 1955. Shopfronts were also added in c1929.

Location

Nottingham Nottingham

Period

Georgian (1714 - 1836)

Tags

house library bank Georgian (1714 - 1836)