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Abbey National plc

Categories: Commerce

Since 1927 Abbey head office had occupied the site where 221b Baker Street would be, Sherlock Holmes' address. In 2002 Abbey moved to new premises in Triton Square. See 221b for information about the Holmes display that Abbey used to house.

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Abbey National plc

Creations Information

Sherlock Holmes statue

{On the plinth - front:} The great detective. {On the plinth - left:} This...

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Royal Exchange

Royal Exchange

The Royal Exchange was established by Thomas Gresham in 1566, following his, and his father's, favourable experiences of the Antwerp Bourse as a place where merchants could arrange credit and loans...

Building, Commerce

1 memorial
Ernest Eugene Pither

Ernest Eugene Pither

Art dealer and importer as "E. E. Pither and Sons". 1881 "Commission Agent" living with his mother and brother.  1882-99 operated out of various addresses in the area including 53 and 38 Mortimer S...

Person, Art, Commerce

1 memorial
Hiram Shorey

Hiram Shorey

Merchant tailor and co-founder of Rotary International. Born Hiram Elroy Shorey in Litchfield, Kennebec, Maine.

Person, Commerce, Community / Clubs, USA

1 memorial
First Pret a Manger shop

First Pret a Manger shop

The brand Pret a Manger actually started in Hampstead but that folded after 18 months and the brand was sold to Julian Metcalfe and Sinclair Beecham who restarted it in Victoria near, but not actua...

Concept, Commerce, Food & Drink

1 memorial
LEP Transport Ltd

LEP Transport Ltd

From COSGB: "LEP Transport was a freight company established in 1910 in London. The company name was derived from the initials of the three founding partners; Longstaff, Ehrenberg and Pollack."  Mo...

Group, Commerce, Transport

1 memorial