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19 UNION STREET, AND 1-9 (ODD NUMBERS ONLY) DRUMMOND STREET, ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND (Ref:35367)

This building is in the Highland Council and the Inverness Burgh. It is a category B building and was listed on 15/06/1981.

Group Items: N/A, Group Cat: N/A, Map Ref: NH 066 045.

Description

W L Carruthers, 1901-02. Free renaissance, Moray freestone ashlar with base of Aberdeen grey granite, channelled ground floor. 3 storeys and attic, Union Street front, 5 bays with centre 3 slightly recessed; at ground floor round arched and keyblocked centre windows recessed behind engaged columns with polished granite shafts; at end bays doorpieces with lugged architraves and segmental pediments; at 1st floor, windows segmental-arched, mullioned and transomed, with heavily rusticated lugged architraves; windows at 2nd floor bipartite recessed behind columns and pier mullions; at attic, 3 segmental headed wallhead dormer gablets, centre higher with tripartite window surmounted by oculus, outer gablets with bipartite windows, 10-bay front to Drummond Street similar to Union Street front but with modern shopfronts at Nos 3, 7 and 9 and all gablets the same as centre gablet to Union Street. Bracketted cornice. Mansard roof covered with green Westmoreland slates. Interior of bank contains coffered ceiling.

Notes

Built for Royal Bank of Scotland on site of Union Street U.P. Church.

References

INVERNESS COURIER Aug 20, 1901, Dec 16, 1902

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