The premises of the London & Midland Bank (later Midland Bank) 38, North Street, at the corner of Ship Street, in 1896. The bank opened its branch here in 1893, but only stayed until 1903 before moving across North Street to its present site on the corner of Bond Street. Previously the premises had been put to a variety of uses such as a baker’s shop, booksellers and a music warehouse, but since the Bank moved it has chiefly been used as a ladies costumiers.

Image Reference: JG_21_089.tif
Date: 1896
Image Details: Copy
Size of Original: 151x109
Place: Brighton
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