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Martins Bank 1928+

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Martins Bank has been in the Cattle Market business on a serious basis since the acquisition on 1 February 1925 of Messrs E Reed & Sonís Cattle Trade Bank.

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Image © Barclays 1931

 

 

Reed and Sonís legacy is the branch at Liverpoolís Stanley Cattle Market, and those at the Cattle Markets held at Salford and Wakefield.By 1969 there will have been around thirty branches of this type open at some time during the lifespan of Martins bank.In 1931 the Cattle Market at Salford, and with it and the Bankís agency, moves a little closer to the dockside as it were, to Mode Wheel Locks, the last dock before Salford.Business is transacted here for another nine years, with the Branch being mothballed for World War Two, but not re-opened.

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11-525 Manchester Mode Wheel Cattle Market

Cattle Market Agency

Mode Wheel Wharf Salford Lancashire

701 Manchester

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No Telephone

Counter Service

Mr P J Wakeham Manager

1931

1940

Opened by Martins Bank Limited

Closed

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