Gorgon Head, former Midland Bank, SouthamptonYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
Gorgon head grotesque adorning the former Midland Bank, 165–168 High Street, Southampton, Hampshire. The building was built in 1900 by architect Thomas Bostock Whinney in a Neo-Baroque style. The gorgon is one of several neoclassical grotesque heads set on the keystones of the bank’s rusticated round-headed arches. The bank is now a Grade II Listed Building and recently converted into a restaurant.
Photographs taken Summer 2017.