Cavendish Street

 

 

Cavendish Street was probably taken in the early 1930’s whilst the trolley buses were still running - Alan Taylor

Cavendish Street was probably taken in the early 1930’s whilst the trolley buses were still running.

Thanks to Alan Taylor

Cavendish Street, Road Improvements in the late 1930's

Cavendish Street, Road Improvements in the late 1930's

Thanks to Paul Greenroad

Chesterfield; Cavendish Street; 1935; Building of the Regal Cinema, - Paul Grenroad

 Cavendish Street; Building of the Regal Cinema, - 1935

Thanks to Paul Grenroad

Building of new Blue Bell Inn, corner of Cavendish Street and Saltergate, Chesterfield, c 1936. - Paul Greenroad

Building of new Blue Bell Inn, corner of Cavendish Street and Saltergate - 1936

Thanks to Paul Greenroad

The Regal Cinema at 10 Cavendish Street (7)- Mick Walpole

The Regal Cinema

Thanks to Mick Walpole

Cavendish Street, Chesterfield - Alan Taylor

Cavendish Street,

Thanks to Alan Taylor

Cavendish Street, Chesterfield, 1952 - Paul Greenroad

Cavendish Street - 1952

Cavendish Street - Stephenson Place, Chesterfield, 1978.- Paul Greenroad

Cavendish Street - Stephenson Place - 1978

Thanks to Paul Greenroad

The Regal Cinema at 10 Cavendish Street)- Mick Walpole

The Regal Cinema at 10 Cavendish Street

Thanks to Mick Walpole

The Regal Cinema at 10 Cavendish Street- Mick Walpole

The Regal Cinema

Thanks to Mick Walpole

The Regal Cinema at 10 Cavendish Street -  Mick Walpole

Inside The Regal Cinema.

Thanks to Mick Walpole

The Regal Cinema at 10 Cavendish Street (6)- Mick Walpole

The Regal Cinema at night.

Thanks to Mick Walpole

Regal Cinema December 1987 - John Hirst

Regal Cinema - 1987

Thanks to John Hirst

10 Cavendish Street - Mick Walpole

10 Cavendish Street

Thanks to Mick Walpole

William And Glyn's Bank And Bank Chambers.

Edwardian Baroque. Semi-circular stone building at the apex of triangle formed by junction of Cavendish Street and Stephenson Place. Ashlar with high plinth containing basement. Above this, 2 storey facade recessed behind giant order of engaged Ionic columns with architrave, frieze and modillion cornice above. Parapet with open balustrade, roof not visible. Rear 3 bays of building (on both streets) inch have rusticated stone facades with plain blocking course continuous with open balustrade to south. 17 windows in all with moulded stone architraves and corbelled sills, those of ground floor have triple keystones. Door at centre of curve with plain round arched fanlight and segmental pediment on consoles. Above, stone plaque with arms, plaque flanked by reversed eagles.

Thanks to Historic England