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Roads in Cambridgeshire Streets in Cambridge, Mill Road, Cambridge, Station Road, Cambridge, King's Parade, Trumpington Street, Elizabeth Way, Cambridge, Jesus Lane, Trinity Lane, Trinity Street, Cambridge, St Andrew's Street, Cambridge, Market Hill, Cambridge (Kartoniert / Broschiert / Paperback)

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34 S. - Sprache: Englisch - 246x187x7 mm Paperback

ISBN: 1156978882 EAN: 9781156978887

Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 34. Chapters: Streets in Cambridge, Mill Road, Cambridge, Station Road, Cambridge, King's Parade, Trumpington Street, Elizabeth Way, Cambridge, Jesus Lane, Trinity Lane, Trinity Street, Cambridge, St Andrew's Street, Cambridge, Market Hill, Cambridge, Silver Street, Cambridge, Newmarket Road, Cambridge, King Street, Cambridge, Bridge Street, Cambridge, Sidney Street, Cambridge, Lensfield Road, St Mary's Street, Cambridge, Gonville Place, Chesterton Road, Cambridge, Magdalene Street, Madingley Road, Grange Road, Cambridge, Tennis Court Road, Bene't Street, Hills Road, Cambridge, Downing Street, Cambridge, Storey's Way, Huntingdon Road, Peas Hill, Queen's Road, Cambridge, Histon Road, Victoria Road, Cambridge, Corn Exchange Street, Market Street, Cambridge, Green Street, Cambridge, Trumpington Road, Castle Street, Cambridge, Regent Street, Cambridge, Guildhall Street, Cambridge, Sussex Street, Cambridge, Northampton Street, Cambridge, Wheeler Street, Cambridge, Petty Cury, East Road, Cambridge, Barton Road, Cambridge, A1309 road, Sidgwick Avenue, St John's Street, Cambridge, Pembroke Street, Cambridge, West Road, Cambridge, Free School Lane, Honey Hill, Fen Causeway, Cambridge. Excerpt: Mill Road is a street in southeast Cambridge, England. It runs southeast from near to Parker's Piece, at the junction with Gonville Place, East Road, and Parkside. It crosses the main railway line and links to the city's ring road (the A1134). It passes through the wards of Petersfield and Romsey, which are divided by the railway line. It is a busy, cosmopolitan street home to many independent businesses, churches, a Hindu temple and the city's mosque. Near the northwestern end to the south in Mortimer Road off Mill Road is Hughes Hall, one of the University of Cambridge colleges. Behind Hughes Hall is Fenner's, the cricket ground of the University of Cambridge, which has hosted first-class cricket since 1848. To the north is Anglia Ruskin University, formerly Cambridgeshire College of Arts and Technology (CCAT). Mill Road was originally a quiet country lane leading to the southeast out of the city of Cambridge, named after the windmill that stood at what is now the corner of Covent Garden. The coming of the railways in the mid-19th century brought about a rapid development of the eastern part of the city after Cambridge University repeatedly blocked attempts to build a more central station. The population of the Mill Road area was listed as 252 in 1801, 6,651 in 1831, 11,848 in 1861 and 25,091 in 1891. Petersfield and Romsey Town, the areas of Mill Road to either side of the railway bridge, developed in markedly different ways. Petersfield, to the west of the railway, was originally developed by Gonville and Caius and Corpus Christi colleges (a fact reflected in the naming of the area's streets after college fellows). In 1838 the Cambridge Union Workhouse was opened, a building subsequently to become the Mill Road Maternity Hospital and finally a sheltered housing scheme. Romsey Town, east of the railway, started to be developed after the inclosure acts of the middle 19th century. Expansion of the railway network drove the building of housing for railway workers an


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