Bank of England

City EC2R
Commercial building

Key Details

Address
Threadneedle Street, London EC2R 8AH
Completion
1939
Buildings
1

Overview

The Bank of England building on Threadneedle Street in London EC2.

The Bank of England moved to the current site in 1734. The current building complex on 2ha was designed by Sir Herbert Baker in 1939. The curtain wall was designed by Sir John Soane in 1788. [1]

The nickname for the building is 'The Old Lady of Threadneedle Street'.

Source:
1. I never knew that about London by Christopher Winn 2007, pp. 27

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Site & Location

Transport

TUBE
Bank Underground StationCentral, Northern, Waterloo-city
BUS
Old Broad Street - 1 min. walking / 30 metres11, 26, 8, N11, N242, N26, N8

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