In the 1881 census the railway Cottages are numbered from the end closest to the railway lines nos. 29 – 25. In 1913 there are railways workers living in 134 – 122, again starting at the railway bridge.
Thomas Linsey, 46, railway platelayer, b Cambridge
William Butler, 62, general labourer, b Trumpington
Elizabeth, 61, laundress, b Foxton
Emma, 22, laundress, b Cambridge
Alice Mary, 20, laundress, b Cambridge
Ellen E, 16, granddaughter, dressmaker, b Cambridge
John Ince, head, 43, platelaying labourer, b Essex
Sarah, 40, b Cambridge
Frederick J, 16, railway clerk, b Cambridge
Albert, 13, b Cambridge
Edith, 8, b Cambridge
Charles Lindseny, head, 36, platelaying labourer, b Cherry Hinton
Fanny, 33, b Balsham
William, 13, b Cambridge
Frederick C, 9, b Cambridge
Ernest, 6, b Cambridge
Arthur, 3, b Cambridge
Charles Lindsay, platelayer
John Ince, platelayer
(132a) Wright Clayton
(132) Willis Dunham
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