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Bank of Liverpool and Martins

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The Bank of Liverpool and Martins and the Lancashire and Yorkshire Bank have each ventured into running Cattle market Agency Branches by the time they amalgamate to create Martins Bank in 1928. In 1925 the Cattle Trade Bank of Messrs E Reed & Son has been absorbed by the Bank of Liverpool and Martins.

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At three Cattle Markets Stanley (Liverpool), Salford, and Wakefield, sub-Branches or Agencies are operated by both the Bank of Liverpool and Martins and the Lancashire and Yorkshire Bank. From the available records, it appears that the Lancashire and Yorkshire Agencies apart from those at York (and Birkenhead not shown above) are merged into the Bank of Liverpool and Martins Agencies by the end of 1928. In 1931 Martins Bank moves its Salford Agency to the Mode Wheel Cattle Market at Manchester Docks.

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11-525 Salford Cattle Market

Sub to Manchester City Office

Cross Lane Salford Lancashire

Manchester

Open Tuesday

No Saturday Service

No Telephone

Counter Service only

Mr P J Wakeham

Pre 1922

3 January 1928

1931

Bank of Liverpool and Martins

Martins Bank Limited

Closed and business moved to Manchester Mode Wheel Cattle Market

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