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The Falcon, Cambridge

Falcon Yard

History of Falcon Yard

Falcon Yard was a lane that ran from Petty Cury to St Tibb’s Row. The Falcon inn was in existence in the 16th century. Lord North stayed at the ‘Falcon’ during the reign of Elizabeth I.

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1913:

James Valentine Pryor, fishmonger, game dealer and ice merchant

Cury Chambers: Fenn D’Albani and Ellis solicitors

University Musical Club

University Boxing and Fencing Club

Back of YMCA

12,13,14 Roe Roger warehouse for furniture

The Falcon Ice Works

Lipton’s Stores

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1962:

(5)  Footlights Dramatic Club

(5) University Cruising Club

(2) Cambridge International Club

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