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294 Hills Road

History of 294 Hills Road

This house was built in 1930 on land owned by Trinity College. During World War Two the house was occupied by the American Red Cross and there was a large air raid shelter of reinforced concrete in the garden at the back of the house.

Sources: Cambridge News (Cambridgeshire Collection)


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