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6 - 8 High Street Fulbourn (from

6 & 8 High Street, Fulbourn

History of 6 & 8 High Street Fulbourn

Listed building:

House, C15 and C17. Timber framed, rendered and part weatherboarded with plain tiled roofs. c1840 ridge stack and early-mid C17 projecting narrow gault brick side stack to crosswing with offsets and three linked shafts set diagonally.

6 & 8 High Street, Fulbourn, 1925 (photo L Cobbett) (Cambridgeshire Collection)

Vanishing Cambridge p. 110 notes  that the cottage on the left in the picture was destroyed by fire in the 1960s.


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