Point of Interest

Bank House

England / Europe

Old Bank House was formerly Windsor’s oldest bank, set up by Richard and John Ramsbottom when they bought the Isherwood brewery in 1780. Bank House was built on the site of the brewery, which covered most of lower Thames Street. Both the bank and the brewery were taken over by John Ramsbottom junior in 1796, MP for Windsor from 1810 to 1845. Today the building is used by St George’s School, which provides choristers for St George’s Chapel and is situated opposite Windsor and Eton Riverside Station.

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