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Lady Lane, Templar House


Lady Lane, Templar House
Description:
June 1984. View shows Templar House at the junction of Lady Lane (left) and Templar Lane (right). This grade II listed building was built by James Simpson in 1840 as a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. It was converted to offices in 1933 and is here occupied by British Road Services and also Shaw Dale and Weldaneon Signs Ltd.

User Comments:

Name:
John Bean

Comment:
My uncle(Harold L Brown) worked as a BRS manager within the building during the sixties. His office I recall the ceiling was higher than the room was wide or long, it echoed each time anyone spoke.

Date:
05-Aug-2012

Email:
beanj@btinternet.com

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Name:
rayd

Comment:
Is this the building where young men went for their 'medicals' prior to being called up for national service.It looks similar to one I went to in 1946 before being called up in 1847. July 2012

Date:
06-Aug-2012

Email:
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Name:
Stuart Clapham

Comment:
This building still survives albeit in a deralict condition. Unfortunately it will probably be demolished when they restart the Eastgate project.

Date:
27-Aug-2012

Email:
theclaphams@ntlworld.com

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Name:
brian hall

Comment:
rayd your slip of finger makes it appear you enlisted for the crimean war dont be putting years on yourself we get old fast enough

Date:
27-Feb-2013

Email:
brian374hall@btinternet.com

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