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15 – 16 Bridge Street

History fo 15-16 Bridge Street

15 – 16 Bridge Street


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Early C16 timber-framed with both upper storeys overhanging. Three oriel windows, restored 1977.

1959 Royal Commission on Historical Monuments Survey of Cambridge: of three storeys, have plastered timber-framed walls and tile covered roofs. They were built early in the 16th century and a new staircase was added to no. 16 in the 17th cent. Nos 15 and 16 are good examples of a type of late medieval town house , of which few now remain in Cambridge; they retain much of their original detail. The upper floors are part derelict.


(15) John Harvey, 28, whitesmith and gas fitter, b Fen Ditton

(16) Arthur Loker, 23, hair dresser and tobacconist, b Cambridge


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

(15) Mrs M M Martin

(16) F Winton-Smith Ltd, provision merchants



Mr & Mrs Edwards, Royal Selangor Pewter


Mr J Gree (Stitch Express-Clothing Alterations)





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