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26 Northampton Street

26 Northampton Street, Madingley Road, Pythagoras House

History of 26 Northampton Street

1959 Royal Commission on Historical Monuments Survey of Cambridge: of three storeys and one storey with attics … built circa 1800 and formed the prototype for the continuation of the row westwards very shortly afterwards, the addition being marked by a straight join in the brickwork, though the roof covering is now continuous.

1913 Madingley Road

David Evans Pratt

1962 Rt Caldecote

I remember the Caldecotes at No26 and hiding under their stairs with them on one occasion. Note from BS in 2022 ref. WWII bombing.


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