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Lancashire and Yorkshire Bank

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The position of Martins Bank’s portfolio of Cattle Market Branches becomes a little silly at the time of the Bank’s creation in 1928.  This is because the Bank of Liverpool and Martins, AND the Lancashire and Yorkshire Bank each have their own Agencies at no less than three sites – Liverpool Stanley, Salford, and Wakefield!  Something will, of course, have to give, and it is the plans for a new abattoir at Stanley that dictates the fate of both Agencies.  The Lancashire and Yorkshire agency is closed in 1928, and the Bank of Liverpool and Martins Agency stays open until a new purpose built branch is available at the the new Stanley Abattoir in 1930.

 

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A murky day at Liverpool’s Stanley Cattle Market,

Tuesday 24 October 1923

Image courtesy www.liverpoolpicturebook.com

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1928 to 1946 Mr John Currie Manager MBM-Su46P17

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Mr John Currie

Manager

1928

 

 

 

 

 

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11-461 Liverpool Stanley Cattle Market

Agency

Cattle Market Stanley Liverpool 13

25 Liverpool

Open Monday Only

No Service

No Telephone

Counter Service

Mr J Currie Manager

Pre 1922

3 January 1928

1928

Opened by the lancashire and Yorkshire Bank

Martins Bank Limited

Closed

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