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The Eagle Pub Bene't St Cambridge.

Cambridge, England

The Eagle Pub Bene't St Cambridge.

Length2 mi
Elev. Gain150.9 ft
Est. Steps4500
Created by running man
Introduction
The Eagle Pub Bene't St Cambridge. is a 2 miles (4,500-step) route located near Cambridge, England. This route has an elevation gain of about 150.9 ft and is rated as easy. Find more routes like this on the Pacer App.
The Eagle Pub used by researchers (into DNA)Watson&Crick in 1950s. Used by RAF &USAF airmen during WW2. ceiling is covered in barmats signed by airmen.

Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Cambridge

Tourist Attraction
The Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, also known as MAA, at the University of Cambridge houses the University's collections of local antiquities, together with archaeological and ethnographic artefacts from around the world. The museum is located on the University's Downing Site, on the corner of Downing Street and Tennis Court Road.

Primavera Gallery

Tourist Attraction
Primavera is a fine arts and crafts gallery at 10 King's Parade in Cambridge, England. Henry Rothschild of the Rothschild family founded Primavera in 1945 in Sloane Street, London, in order to promote and retail contemporary British art and craft. The Cambridge branch of Primavera was founded in 1959, when Rothschild took over a shop formerly run by the Cambridge Society of Designer-Craftsmen on King's Parade.

St Edward's Passage

Tourist Attraction
St Edward's Passage, known in the 18th century as Chain Lane, is a Y-shaped alleyway in Cambridge, England, between King's Parade—opposite the main gate of King's College—and Peas Hill. It houses the entrance and churchyard of the Church of St Edward King and Martyr; the Cambridge Arts Theatre; several cottages; G.

Cambridge

Place
Cambridge ( KAYM-brij) is a university city and the county town of Cambridgeshire, England, on the River Cam approximately 50 miles (80 km) north of London. At the United Kingdom Census 2011, its population was 123,867 including 24,506 students. Cambridge became an important trading centre during the Roman and Viking ages, and there is archaeological evidence of settlement in the area as early as the Bronze Age.

Cambridge Corn Exchange

Place
Cambridge Corn Exchange is a concert venue located in Cambridge, England with a capacity up to 1,738 people.

Bull College

Place
Bull College was the name commonly used for a branch of the Training Within Civilian Agencies programme of the U.S. Army, which, in Michaelmas 1945 and Lent 1946, allowed American military personnel to study at the University of Cambridge at the conclusion of the second world war. It was named for the Bull Hotel (requisitioned by the British Army from its owner, St Catharine's College and subsequently incorporated into St Catharine's) in which most GIs in the programme were initially billeted.

Cambridge Medical School building

Place
The building for the Cambridge Medical School of the University of Cambridge was designed in 1899 by Edward Schroeder Prior. Now the Zoological Laboratory, it is a Grade II listed building.The Medical School building is Prior's largest work. Two of Prior's former clients, Dr Allbutt and the Rev. J. B.

Corn Exchange Street

Place
Corn Exchange Street is a street in central Cambridge, England. It runs between Wheeler Street to the northwest and Downing Street to the southeast. To the northeast, Guildhall Place, a cul-de-sac, runs parallel with Corn Exchange Street at the northern end, an extension of Guildhall Street.On the northwest corner of Corn Exchange Street is the Cambridge Corn Exchange, a music and theatrical venue.

Lensfield Road

Place
Lensfield Road is a road (part of the A603) in southeast central Cambridge, England. It runs between the junction of Trumpington Street and Trumpington Road to the west and the junction of Regent Street and Hills Road to the west. It continues as Gonville Place to the northeast past Parker's Piece, a large grassed area with footpaths.

Trumpington Street

Place
Trumpington Street is a major historic street in central Cambridge, England. At the north end it continues as King's Parade where King's College is located. To the south it continues as Trumpington Road (the A1134), an arterial route out of Cambridge, at the junction with Lensfield Road.
Route Details

Length

2 mi

Elev. Gain

150.9 ft

Est. Steps

4500
Created by
running man
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