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Brunswick Place

History of Brunswick Place

Royal Commission Survey of Cambridge 1959: Terrace houses, formerly Brunswick Place, extending on the N side of Maids’ Causeway some 165 yds E from Brunswick Walk, interrupted by Brunswick Gardens and Brunswick Terrace, and on the S side between Fair Street and Causeway Passage, of two storeys mostly with basements and attics, are of Gault brick with slate-covered roofs. They were built in the 19th century before 1830, being shown in R G Baker’s map of that year.


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