NOTES: Originally built as a department store for the tailors Goldman & Salatsch, this commercial and residential block has experienced different uses, latterly as a bank.
NOTES: This was built in the 1930s to house Plummer Roddis, one of Bournemouth's main department stores of the 20th century. It closed in 1973.
NOTES: One of the first New York buildings with a cast-iron loadbearing frame and the first to have a passenger lift with safety device.
NOTES: This banking hall served its original purpose until 1982 when it was restored and converted into an assembly room for the National Westminster Bank and became known as the Gibson Hall.