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. Post Office Terrace replaced the inn in 1850, the yard becoming a small street then the site of the Post Office until 1886. The terrace of houses was lived in until after WWI, wen it became offices.
Arthur Nicholls moved his photography business here from 5 All Saints Passage.
J E Bliss took over A Nicholls photography business
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
(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
Terrace demolished for a telephone exchange
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