Unidentified Street

Do you know where this is?

By Nicholas Blatchley

Hertfordshire Archives & Local Studies

An inscription on the back of the photo speculates that this lovely street may be in “Much H?” (clearly intended to be Much Hadham) but the question mark suggests this isn’t certain.

Do you know this street?  If so, we’d love to hear from you and find out what you know about it.

This page was added on 06/02/2013.

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  • I would confirm this is 24 – 34 Bridge Street in Saffron Walden. The view is looking north west.
    Source: Google Street map search from Gridreferencefinder.com site using georefs of 553513 238715, following the above suggestion from John Maddams.
    The building to the left of the dormer window is April Cottage. The building at the far end of the row is No 34.
    24/26, 28 and 32 are listed by Historic England refs 1204567, 1204575 and 120585 respectively.

    By Colin Wilson (12/06/2020)
  • It is Bridge Street Saffron Walden in Essex. On the righthand side of the picture between the end cottage and the lamp post is now an archway over the entrance to a pathway leading into the Bridge End Gardens, through which can be accessed the Hedge Maze, the Anglo American Playing fields opened in 1959 by Lord Field Marshall Montegomery and US Filed Marshall Wilson and the cricket ground, and Saffron Walden Football Club, This street is at the bottom of Windmill Hill on the road out to Cambridge. Along this road this July 2014 The Tour de France Cyclists will pass.

    By John E Maddams (28/01/2014)
  • Thanks.

    By Nicholas Blatchley (10/02/2013)
  • Looks like much Hadham to me.

    By Danik Bates (09/02/2013)

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