Cottage, mid C19. Local grey gault brick with some red brick to side walls. Slate roof, gabled, with saw tooth eaves cornice.
1860: opened by John Smith, the thrashing engineer. He remained until 1867 when he bought premises near the church, including the Prince of Wales.
Paul Gautrey was there for 3 years followed by John Bartingale.
1881: Engineers Arms Public House
Henry White, 35, labourer, b Landbeach
Eliza, 34, b Cottenham
John, 15, labourer, b Cottenham
Mary Ann, 9, b Cottenham
Herbert, 4, b Cottenham
1881: George Ward
1891: pub closed
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