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12 Bridge Street, The George Inn

History of 12 Bridge Street

1959 Royal Commission on Historical Monuments Survey of Cambridge: built c. 1600. It was refashioned and probably heightened in the 19th cent. In modern times the ground floor has been cleared and a garage-entrance made through it.

At some point, the George Inn.

F R Leach and Sons

F R Leach and Sons


Allen & Welcher, plumbers, glaziers and ironmongers


(10-15) P H Allin & Sons, motor engineers

(12) Frederick E Turkentine


Unit A 12-16 Bridge Street

1977-2003 Edinburgh Woollen Mill
2003-current Byron Hamburgers

Unit B 12-16 Bridge Street

1977-2002 First Quench Retailing (combined unit of A+B)
2003-current Bella Italia



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