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4 & 5 Pembroke Street

5 Pembroke Street

History of 5 Pembroke Street


George Mussell Garrett, 26, Music B Cantab, b Winchester


Pembroke Street, c.1904

The Humber Cycle Supply Company, which had its main premises in Regent Street, was one of four motor companies in 1904.


(5) Nathan Lawrence, engineer

(5a) Knaster & Cox, Cycle and Motor Garage


Ben Hayward and Son, motor engineers

Pembroke Street 1937. Ben Yaward cycle and motor garage on left. (Cambridgeshire Collection)


(5a) United Taxis


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