The Upton branch of West Point Bank is not an ordinary bank with ordinary decorations.
Instead, it resembles a small museum.
From the first moment that you walk through the doors, your eyes are drawn to the large and dark stained, glossy bar that is the teller’s castle.
The bar, patented in December of 1903, was purchased by the bank’s founder, Joe Tobin, in the sunny state of California. It was placed in the building before its opening day in 2008.