1959 Royal Commission on Historical Monuments Survey of Cambridge: consists of a 16th cent. range to the street..the house seems once to have formed an annexe to the Pickerel Inn. … In the N wall is an Ovolo-moulded oak doorway and, close up under the eaves, a blocked two-light window, both of the 16th cent; in the roof is an unaltered 17th cent. dormer-window with leaded quarries.
Frederick W Bullen & Co, furniture dealers and boatbuilders
Bullen’s boatyard can be seen on the picture alongside the Cam.
The Bridge Wool & Needlework Shop (Lillie Evans)
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