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80 Trumpington Street, Emmanuel Congregational Church / Half Moon Inn

History of Emmanuel Congregational Church Cambridge

Trumpington Street circa 1830

Half Moon Inn, 80 Trumpington Street, 1872 (MoC9/53/49;111/51)(J Palmer Clarke)

The Flack family lived here when it was the Half Moon Inn in the 19th century.

Sign from the Half Moon Inn, 80 Trumpington Street

Built by James Cubitt, 1872-4, superseding the chapel in Downing Place. The style is Early French Gothic.

For more information see Wikipedia.


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