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4 Bridge Street, Hoop Inn

History of 4 Bridge Street

Pevsner notes, nos 3-4 (altered, formerly part of the Hoop Inn, are of 1729. Heads in the keystones of the upper floor.

1959 Royal Commission on Historical Monuments Survey of Cambridge: it was built in 1729. In the 19th cent. the middle flights of the staircase were refashioned and the first floor windows to the street modified…. Nos. 3 and 4 together once formed part of the Hoop Inn, earlier than the Bell Inn.

1913

Frank Dalton & Co, hunting boot makers

W P Hollis proprietor

Hoop Chambers:

  1. Miss Jacobs
  2. Mrs Girdlestone

1962

(3-7) King and Harper, motor agents

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