1 edition of Traveller"s guide to Cambridge, 1880. found in the catalog.
Traveller"s guide to Cambridge, 1880.
Originally published as "The railway traveller"s walk through Cambridge", 6th ed., Cambridge, Metcalfe, 1880.
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Abounding with exquisite architecture, exuding history and tradition, and renowned for its quirky rituals, Cambridge is a university town extraordinaire. The tightly packed core of ancient colleges, the picturesque riverside 'Backs' (college gardens) and the leafy green meadows surrounding the city give it a more tranquil appeal than its.
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Victorian Travellers Guide to 19th Century England and Wales: Containing Charts of Roads, Railways, Interesting Localities, Views of Scenery and a Comprehensive List of Hotels.
Anonymous. Published by Bracken Books, London, reprint of first edition (). A detailed guide to help discover Cambridge, a city of both modern and ancient beauty whose rich history unfolds as you explore its ancient streets and buildings.
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