Nottingham Buildings

The Old Corn Exchange

Thurland Street, Nottingham

 

This is another design by local architect T. C. Hine and was built beteen1849 & 1850 as a the city's corn exchange.  It later became the seat of The Chamber of Commerce and is now a club.

It stands on part of the site once occupied by the grand 13th century Thurland Hall that survived up to 1830.

 

 

  Ray Teece  08-04-2007

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