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Bank of Liverpool

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A sub-Branch business at Steeton, near Keighley, is opened at the end of 1914 by the Bank of Liverpool, and is one of many sub branches maintained by Keighley Branch over the years.  Steeton remains in service for twenty-six years until 1941, when it is mothballed for World War 2, but subsequently not re-opened.  We are missing an address for this branch, but we do have these details of opening hours from the late 1920s - three and a half hours across a two day week, including Saturday Morning.   At the time of Steeton’s closure the Manager of Keighley Branch is Mr A W Hindle.

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1966 Refit and Rebuild MBM-Au66FC.jpg

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Bank of Liverpool and Martins Annual Report and Accounts – 1925  Image © Barclays

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Image © University of Leicester

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Index Number and District:






Martins Bank Limited 11-398 Steeton

Sub to 11-398 Keighley

Station Road Steeton Keighley Yorkshire

108 Craven

Thursday 1130-1330

Saturday 1000-1130

No telephone

Counter Service Only

Mr A W Hindle Manager (Keighley 1941) 

12 October 1914

18 December 1918

3 January 1928


Leased by the Bank of Liverpool

Bank of Liverpool and Martins

Martins Bank Limited

Closed for World War II – Not reopened

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