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Architecture of Cambridgeshire

27 November 2013

1238 – Peterborough Cathedral, Cambridgeshire

Rebuilt in its present form between 1118 and 1238. It became the Cathedral of the new Diocese of Peterborough in 1541 and it is now known as the Cathedral Church of St Peter,...

04 September 2009

1558 – Kirtling Hall, Cambridgeshire

Architect: Francis Adams Kirtling Towers is all that now remains of the ancient Kirtling Hall, originally built about the reign of Henry VI but the main part of the building was pulled down...

02 August 2009

1860 – The Guildhall, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

Architect: Peck & Stephens Selected design by Peck & Stephens, published in The Builder, January 14th 1860. The present Guildhall in Cambridge, was completed in 1939, after the designs of Charles Cowles-Voysey.

09 March 2013

1860 – Whewell’s Courts, Trinity College, Cambridge

Architect: Anthony Salvin Originally named Master’s Court and located across the street from Great Court, these two courts were entirely paid for by William Whewell, the then master of the college. The north...

24 June 2010

1863 – New Chapel, St. John’s College, Cambridge

Architect: George Gilbert Scott “The new building which is about to supersede the present chapel of St. John’s College, Cambridge, and of which our illustration presents the approved design, by Mr. G. G....

10 December 2012

1866 – Cambridge Union Society Building, Cambridgeshire

Architect: Alfred Waterhouse The Bridge Street premises was designed by Alfred Waterhouse (who went on to design the Oxford Union Society’s building) and formally opened on 30 October 1866. An additional wing to...

13 March 2012

1868 – House at Manea, Cambridgeshire

Architect: Arthur Winder House design for Michael Sears Esq., and south-eastern view published in The Building News, December 24 1868.

17 April 2013

1874 – Congregational Church, Cambridge

Architect: James Cubitt Published in The Building News, October 30 1874: “The object aimed at in this design was to put tho whole congregation in sight and hearing of the service ; and...

05 June 2013

1874 – Holmewood Hall, Holme, Cambridgeshire

Architect: William Young A fine example of Tudor Gothic revival building. Between 1944 and 1945 the house and grounds at Holmewood Hall was used by the United States Office of Strategic Services (OSS)...

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