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Picture of LL Model Name Original Town Visit? LL Ref. Dates Actual Location Grid Reference IoE
  Grantchester Meadows Grantchester  Private Dwelling . Jul 92 Crossways,

1 Coton Road (south side), CB3 9NH

N52.1808 E0.0930  51716
Sep 96
  Star Inn, The Grantchester  Pub  L2319 Jan 00 Red Lion Pub

High Street 

N52.1802 E0.0951  Not listed
Dec 00
Lilliput Lane's "TheStar Inn" is based on the Red Lion in Granchester
We had eaten there before realsing it was an LL model Earlier Photo by Jan Tarrant who gave us the location info
Lilliput Lane's "Grantchester Meadows" is based on Crossways, 1 Coton Road (south side), CB3 9NH [IoE 51716]
It is difficult to spot as it's "end on" (i.e. Crossways) to the road
Earlier Photo by Jan Tarrant who gave us the location info Wright's Row, 2,4,6,8 AND 10 HIGH STREET (west side) [IoE 51721]
Another old pub (C17th) is "The Green Man" [IoE 51721]  
The Old converted The Village Hall which was the 1830 "National School" [IoE 51722]
No photo yet .....but "the Old Vicarage" (61, Mill Way) was once owned by the mother of the poet Rupert Brooke.

He lived nearby/rented a room and immortalised it in a poem.

In 1980 it was acquired by the novelist, Jeffrey Archer, whose wife Mary wrote a book "Rupert Brooke & the Old Vicarage Grantchester"

[IoE 51733]


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