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Richmond Terrace. Nursing Hostel with CEGB power station in background

Thompson’s Lane (East End)

History of Richmond Terrace

For the early history of the south side of this area, see the entry on Sedge Yard Estate.

1913:

Along the west side, opposite Richmond Terrace, were, from north to south:

The George Hotel

Strange’s Boat House

George Start, The Cottage

The Cambridge Electricity Supply Company

The Nursing Hostel

The Nursing Hostel

Cam Foundry and Iron Works

…………………………..

1962:

George and Dragon

S J Tyrell’s Boatyard

C W Haden,  The Cottage

Magdalene College Hostel (Neville House)

(28) W R Parr, cabinet maker

(28) R A Henderson, upholsterer

…………………………….

2019:

Beaufort Place, Thompson’s Lane

Beaufort Place

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