Location: On the
left hand side of Iron Gate, heading towards Derby Cathedral
Opened in the mid 1990s, having
previously been occupied by the NatWest Bank,
and rather appropriately named The Standing
Order. It is a fine Grade II listed
building, originally erected in the 1870s for
Crompton and Evans Union Bank. Samuel Crompton
founded the first bank in Derby, in 1685.
Curiosities: The banking hall, said to
have been the finest in the Midlands, has been
impressively opened out by the current owners.
It contains a good deal of interesting
historical detail sympathetically displayed.
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