Cambridge 2000: Sidney Street: Lloyds TSB Bank
This is an unusual building for Cambridge, spoiled from one
direction to some extent by a
However it is the interior which is really worth noting, it
is one of the best in all of Cambridge outside the university, being
equisitely tiled in a faintly Romanesque style.
Originally the building was part of Fosters' Bank,
whose name still appears over the doorway.
One of the founders of that bank, Richard Foster,
owned a house,
on Brooklands Avenue, and the other founder, his brother
Ebenezer Foster, owned
The Fosters also owned several mills, including
next to the railway station.
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