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St Andrew's St outside Emmanuel College. Left foreground is passageway to St Columba's Hall, then nos 35 - 30 St Andrew's Street. (MoC)

35 (36) St Andrew’s Street

History of 35 (36) St Andrew's Street

1959 Royal Commission on Historical Monuments Survey of Cambridge: No.36 is of two storeys with cellars and attics. Where the old walls survive they are of plastered timber-framing. It was built in the first half of the 17th cent. but the street-front has been entirely rebuilt and the ground and first floor cleared inside in modern times.

1861 (35)

James Rickards, 65, builder, b Cambridge

1913 (35)

O A Strapp, silversmith and jeweller

(35a) S. Columba’s Hall, Enoch Circuit custodian

1962 (35)

Varsity Restaurant

2018 (36a)



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