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Entry to Post Office Terrace as well 4 & 5 St Andrew's Street

Post Office Terrace,St Andrew’s Street

History of Post Office Terrace

This now the entrance to the Lion Yard shopping centre and has been renamed, Lion Yard. It was originally the yard of the Brazen George and then the site of the Post Office until 1886.

4 Post Office Terrace (British Museum)

Plan of Vail premises at 1 Post Office Terrace (Christ’s College)

John Vail ironmongery business late 19th century (Cambs Collection)

1913:

SOUTH SIDE

ARCHWAY

C W Clark, college servant and University lodging house keeper

The Northern Equitable  Insurance Co. Ltd: W A Taylor, district secretary

C Percy Jones, solicitor

J Palmer Clarke, art and landscape photographer: F H Sanderson; C E Goodrich

(1) John Vail, furnishing ironmonger, smith, bellhanger, gas fitter: John Barnes Vail

(2) H J Whitehead & Son, solicitor

(3) William Nicolls, Wright and Scruby: auctioneers, valuers and estate agents

NORTH SIDE

(6) Office of the Cambridgeshire permanent Building Society: J G Bland secretary

F C Field Hyde, teacher of voice production, music, singing and elocution

John Vail, furnishing ironmonger

H Johnson and Nephew, goods entrance: Mrs Harrod

 

 

 

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