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21-22 Bridge Street

History of 21 Bridge Street

19th century combined shop and dwelling houses in Cambridge

1959 Royal Commission on Historical Monuments Survey of Cambridge: are probably those described as ‘recently erected’ in the Cambridge Chronicle for 14 August 1835 , and by James Walter, architect. Though apparently built as ┬ásocio-economic unities of shops and dwellings, they have been cleared for a modern shop and rest is a hostel of Magdalene College. To Bridge Street and round unto the Lane the original timber shop-fronts remain little altered.

1913

Norman Bradley & Co Ltd, pawnbrokers and clothiers, Lombard House

J W Snelson, manager

1962

(21) Norman Bradley, pawnbrokers

(22-23) John’s Ltd, house furnishers

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