Bank Building

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Bank Building - United Kingdom
... Bank Buildings, Belfast, a building located at 1–27 Castle Street in Belfast, Northern Ireland Bank Buildings, Birkenhead, on a corner site at 1–7 Charing Cross, Birkenhead, Wirral, England ...
State Savings Bank Building
... The State Savings Bank building is a large bank building situated at 48 Martin Place, Sydney ...
Chemung Canal Bank Building
... The Chemung Canal Bank Building is located at 415 East water Street in Elmira, Chemung County, New York, United States ... It is thought to be the oldest commercial building in Elmira ... This made a local bank necessary, to deposit cash, and supply capitol and credit, and in 1833 the Chemung Canal Trust Company was chartered ...
List Of Tallest Buildings In Mobile - Tallest Buildings
... rank indicates the same height between two or more buildings ... The "Year" column indicates the year in which a building was completed. 30.6931167 -88.0396750 (RSA Battle House Tower) Has been the tallest building in Mobile and Alabama since its topping out in 2006 62nd-tallest ...
List Of Buildings By Frank Pierce Milburn - Commercial Buildings
... 8 West Third Street, Winston-Salem, North Carolina (Wachovia Bank Building) American Federation of Labor Headquarters, Washington, D.C ... Capital Club, Raleigh, North Carolina Carolina National Bank building, Columbia, South Carolina Goff Building, Clarksburg, West Virginia, 1908 Commercial Building, Gastonia, North Carolina ... Mechanics and Farmers Building, Durham, North Carolina, 1921 Peoples Bank Building, Rocky Mount, North Carolina, 1919 Piedmont Office Building, Charlotte, NC Powhatan Hotel, Washington, D.C ...

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