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Martins Bank operates a number of successful cattle market branches, and many of them are inherited from the various banks that came together to form the modern-day Bank in 1928. Many more were opened by Martins right up to the mid 1960s. Others such as the Kendal and Lancaster Auction Mart branches remained opened well into the first decade of the twenty-first Century. Chester Cattle Market was a sub-branch operated by the Bank of Liverpool and Martins and was opened in November 1922.

It was closed permanently only a few years later shortly after the amalgamation of the Lancashire and Yorkshire with the Bank of Liverpool and Martins which created the modern-day Martins Bank Limited.

In Service: 7 November 1922 until 1928

 

Image Martins Bank Archive Collections advertisement remastered 2021

Image Barclays 1928

 

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Title:

Type:

Address:

Index Number and District:

Hours:

 

Telephone:

Services:

Manager:

11-185 Chester Cattle Market

Sub to 11-185 Chester

33 Brook Street Chester Cheshire

11 Liverpool

Tuesday 11 am to 2.30pm

Thursday 11 am to 2.30pm

No Telephone

Counter Service only

Mr H E Evans Manager (Chester)

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Chester

7 November 1922

3 January 1928

31 October 1928

Bank of Liverpool and Martins

Martins Bank Limited

Closed

Chester-Le-Street

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