Barclays Bank, 2 York Street, Twickenham

From: Historic England entry:

“Early C20. Stone building of 3-storeys occupying a semi-circular corner site. Thirteen bay composition, with central 3 bays and outer 2 bays at either end advanced, rusticated window surrounds to upper storeys and pediments to first floor windows. Rusticated ground storey with semi-circular headed windows with frieze above; band- course between first and second floors; central 3-bay pediment with clock. Modillion cornice and balustraded parapet running the length of the building. Doric entrance porch with paired columns. Plays a very important townscape role in Twickenham centre.”

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