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1 Botolph Lane

1 Botolph Lane, The Rutland Arms

History of 1 Botolph Lane

1959 Royal Commission on Historical Monuments Survey of Cambridge: house was built in the 16th cent. The street-front was remodelled in the 18th or 19th cent and there are two modern shop windows. Inside the W shop has exposed moulded and stop-moulded intersecting ceiling beams and wall plates and a wall-post with shaped head. On the floor are chamfered beams.

1913 The Rutland Arms

Mrs Emily Highland


(1) G J Alsop, butcher

(1a) Miss A E Rouse

(1b) Speedy Shoe Repair Service (R Carter proprietor.)


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