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30 Thompson’s Lane, Malpas Lodge

History of 30 Thompson's Lane

30 Thompson’s Lane

1959 Royal Commission on Historical Monuments Survey of Cambridge: with walls of Gault brick with stone dressings and tile-covered roofs, was built c. 1820. No.30 is a particularly good and well-preserved example of a type of town house of which there are many less elaborate in Cambridge.

1913: Malpas Lodge

Mrs R Avory, lodging house keeper

1962:

(30/31) Magdalene College Hostel

(30) Erich Schaefer, consulting physicist

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