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This wall and the ground on which it stands belong wholly to the Cambridge Refuge, July 1841. This stone was replaced March 10 1881.

Burleigh Street, Cambridge, United Kingdom

Cavendish Laboratory 1874-1974 Established by the Duke of Devonshire and extended by Lord Rayleigh (1908) and Lord Austin (1940), the Cavendish Laboratory housed the Department of Physics from the time of the first Cavendish Professor, James Clerk Maxwell, until its move to new laboratories in West Cambridge

Free School Lane, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Alan Turing 1912 - 1954 mathematician, computer pioneer and code breaker

King's College, Cambridge University, King's Parade, CB2 1ST, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Charles Darwin 1809-1882 Kept in lodgings on this site in 1828 while an undergraduate of Christs College

28 Petty Cury, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Charles Humfrey 1772-1848 architect, developer, banker and mayor. The Dull's Close houses and terraces in Maid's Causeway and Willow Walk are an enduring legacy to his native town.

22 Maids Causeway, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Charles Lamb lodged here August 1819

11 King's Parade, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Archie Scott-Brown 1927-1958 International Racing Driver Lived at 163 Hills Road Despite severe disability he won many races in Lister Jaguar sports cars built in Cambridge by George Lister & Sons

163 Hills Road, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Henry Fawcett 1833-1884 Blinded aged 25 in a shooting accident Fellow of Trinity Hall, Cambridge Liberal MP who promoted Women's Suffrage As Postmaster-General introduced parcel post, postal orders, telegrams and Post Office Savings

18 Brookside, Trumpington Road, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Sir Jack Hobbs 'The Master' 1882-1963 born Barnwell, Cambridge learned cricket on Parker's Piece, played for Cambs, Surrey & England, first professional to be knighted. 61,237 runs, 197 centuries in first class cricket. Played 61 test matches Cricketer,

Hobbs Pavilion, Parkers Piece, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Stephen Perse MD 1548-1615 Fellow of Gonville & Caius, physician, financier and philanthropist. Founded by his will upon this site the Free Grammar School that later became the Perse School

Whipple Museum of Science, Free School Lane, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Gwen Raverat (nee Darwin) 1885-1957 Artist, illustrator, wood engraver and author of 'Period Piece': A Cambridge Childhood. Born and died here at Newnham Grange, the Darwin family home, now part of Darwin College

Darwin College, Silver Street, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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John Stevens Henslow, 1796-1861 Professor, churchman, botanist and geologist; founder of the Cambridge Botanic Gardens

Botanic Gardens, Bateman Street, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Sir Charles Villiers Stanford 1852-1924 Composer - Organist - Conductor Professor of Music Cambridge University Lived here 1884-1893

10 Harvey Road, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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New Hall, a women's college of Cambridge University, was founded here in Silver Street in 1954, with two tutors and sixteen students. In 1964 the College moved to its permanent home in Huntingdon Road.

New Hall, Darwin College, Silver Street, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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From January 1938 to November 1939 twenty-nine Basque Children, refugees from the Spanish Civil War, were cared for by local volunteers in this house provided by Jesus College

1 Station Road, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Sir Frank Whittle OM KBE CB FRS 1907-1996 Jet propulsion pioneer. Pursued the development of his jet engine at the Cambridge University Department of Engineering.

University of Cambridge, Trumpington Street, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Ludwig Wittgenstein 1889-1951 philosopher - engineer - architect - artist. Lived here at 76 Storey's Way. 'Do not agree with me in particular opinions but investigate the matter in the right way. To notice the interesting things....that serve as keys if you use them properly'

76 Storeys Way, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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David Gregory Marshall MBE 1873-1942 University caterer, sportsman, early pioneer of motoring and flying. Founder of Marshall of Cambridge This was the site of the Head Office from 1912 to 1939 and continued as a garage until 2000

17-22 Jesus Lane, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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John Mortlock, 1755-1816 Draper, Banker, MP, Recorder and thirteen times Mayor; 'Master of the Town of Cambridge'

Barclays Bank, 15 Benet Street, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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George Cunningham 1852-1919 the father of preventative dentistry practised here from 1883-1919

Kings Parade, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Baron Anatole von Hügel curator 1883-1922

Museum of Archaeology, Downing Street, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Charles Darwin lived in a house on this site 1828

28 Petty Cury, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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This disk marks the datum point from which in 1725 William Warren, fellow of Trinity Hall, began to measure the one mile points along the roads from Cambridge at which were then set up the first time milestones in Britain since Roman Times.

Kings Parade, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Edward Fitzgerald 1809-1883

19 King's Parade, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Here in 1897 at the old Cavendish Laboratory J. J. Thomson discovered the electron subsequently recognised as the first fundamental particle of physics and the basis of chemical bonding electronics and computing

Free School Lane, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Between 1939 and 1945 the London School of Economics & Political Science was accommodated in this and nearby buildings by invitation of the Master and Fellows of Peterhouse

Trumpington Street, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Thomas Hobson 1544-1630 Carrier & stable keeper The most rested horse was Hobson's Choice - "that or none" The present Hobson House replaced a workhouse built by his charity

Hobson House, 44 St Andrews Street, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins OM FRS pioneer biochemist, Nobel Laureate lived here 1911-1947

71 Grange Road, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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The structure of DNA was determined here in 1953 by James Watson & Francis Crick

Old Cavendish Laboratory, Free School Lane, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Near here in the Mathematical Laboratory on 6 May 1949 the EDSAC computer built by Maurice Wilkes and his team performed its first calculation

Old Cavendish Laboratory, Free School Lane, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Dr John Addenbrooke 1680-1719 Fellow of St Catherine's College by his will created 'a small, physical hospital in the town of Cambridge for poor people' one of the first voluntary hospitals in England. Addenbrooke's opened in Trumpington Street in 1766 and expanded on this site in the nineteen seventies as a major national teaching hospital

Judge Business School, Old Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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The musician, songwriter, artist and founder member of Pink Floyd. Roger Keith 'Syd' Barrett attended the School of Art.

Cambridge School of Art, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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John Maynard Keynes 1883-1946 Fellow and Bursar of King's College Economist, philosopher, businessman, civil servant and diplomat

Arts Theatre, Peas Hill, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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DNA Double Helix 1953 'The secret of life'. For decades the Eagle was the local pub for scientists from the nearby Cavendish Laboratory. It was here on February 28th 1953 that Francis Crick and James Watson first announced their discovery of how DNA carries genetic information. Unveiled by James Watson 25th April 2003

The Eagle Public House, 8 Benet Street, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Site of the White Horse Inn Known as 'Little Germany' where Cambridge scholars debated the works of Martin Luther in the early sixteenth century a birthplace of the Reformation in England

Site of the White Horse Inn, Kings College, Kings Parade, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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In this building E. D. Adrian first recorded impulses from single nerve fibres, and A. L. Hodgkin & A. H. Huxley determined their mechanism and principles of conduction, transforming our understanding of how the nervous system processes information.

University of Cambridge, Downing Street, CB2 3DY, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Fred Sanger 1918-2013 biochemist and double Nobel Laureate, recognised for his pioneering work on proteins and DNA lived here

252 Hills Road, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Thomas Graham House. This plaque, at the home of the Royal Society of Chemistry's publishing operations, commemorates the 170th anniversary of the society's scientific publishing, which has made a profound contribution to the advancement of the chemical sciences.

Thomas Graham House, Science Park, Milton Road, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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On this side once stood Impington Hall c. 1590 - c. 1952 Originally built for John Pepys, the house remained in family hands until 1864. Samuel Pepys, the diarist, was a frequent visitor. Histon and Impington Village Society 30th Anniversary 2009

Percheron Close, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Oliver Cromwell 1599-1658 MP for Cambridge, Lord Protector of the British republic. At the Black Bear Inn, which stood on this site, Cromwell met with the Eastern Association to plan the Parliamentarian war effort in this region.

Market Passage, Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Marjory Stephenson 1884-1948 biochemist and microbiologist , and one of the first female Fellows of the Royal Society lived here as a child

Mitchams Agricultural Machinery Ltd (ex Pit's Farm), Cambridge, United Kingdom

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