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25 Magdalene Street, Cross Keys Inn

History of 25 Magdalene Street

25 Magdalene Street west range

1959 Royal Commission on Historical Monuments Survey of Cambridge: once the Cross Keys Inn, of three storeys to the street and two storeys with cellars westward, has plastered timber-framed walls and tiled roofs. It is L-shaped on plan. The long W range is of the early 16th cent., the street range of the early 17th cent….Nos 25 and 25a comprise a notable time-framed town house of the early 17th cent. with a late mediaeval rear wing; the street front though simpler than that of no.14 Trinity Street is much less restored… the panelling from the N first floor room in the street range is now in the Small Combination Room at Magdalene College.

1913

Post and Telegraph Office

Miss Gray, fruiterer and confectioner

Alfred Richard Christmas, post office

1962

Post Office

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