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The Toll House and Weighbridge House in the 1920s. Percy Robinson.

The Toll House and Weighbridge

The Toll house and weighbridge on Trumpington High Street

The High Street follows the route from the south to Cambridge. From the 1720s, two turnpike roads merged here: from Barkway (Hauxton Road) and Great Chesterford (Shelford Road) . The tollhouse on the west side of the High Street was built in 1811, with a weighbridge added to its right in 1863.

Trumpington Timeline 1811 on Trumpington Local History website

 

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