Building    From 1849  To 1963

City of London Coal Exchange

Categories: Commerce

Opened in 1849 in Lower Thames Street, demolished in 1963. Our Picture source examines all the interesting buildings on this section of Lower Thames Street.

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City of London Coal Exchange

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city boundary dragons

A second 1849 cast-iron heraldic dragon rears up on the other side of the bus...

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Westminster penny post

Westminster penny post

Westminster office of the penny post and then the two-penny post. The first office of the penny post in London that ran in a dedicated building rather than within a stationer or other business. T...

Building, Commerce

1 memorial
Nicholson's pubs

Nicholson's pubs

The Nicholson's brothers opened their first pub in 1873.

Group, Commerce, Food & Drink

1 memorial
Promoseven Network

Promoseven Network

Akram Miknas set up this company in 1968. It is now the largest marketing communications company in the Middle East.

Group, Commerce, UAE

1 memorial
Co-operative Bank

Co-operative Bank

A retail and commercial bank with headquarters in Manchester. Formed in 1872 as the Loan and Deposit Department of the Co-operative Wholesale Society, becoming the CWS Bank four years later. Howeve...

Group, Commerce

1 memorial
Andrew Gibb

Andrew Gibb

Ship-repairer and philanthropist. Born in Glasgow. After serving his apprenticeship in shipbuilding, he came to London to ply his trade. He was deacon of St Mark's Presbyterian Church in Greenwich,...

Person, Commerce, Philanthropy, Scotland

1 memorial