Cambridge hidden public art
Sep 1, 2009Public
Photo: Elizabeth Way Bridge Mural (i)
Photo: Elizabeth Way Bridge Mural (ii)
Photo: Elizabeth way bridge Mural (iii)
Photo: Elizabeth Way Bridge Mural (iv)
Photo: Elizabeth Way Bridge Mural (v)
Photo: Design in blanked out window by Parkside school at The Cricketers pub - Cambridge united Fottballer
Photo: Design by Parkside students in otherwise blacked out window of The Cricketers showing Irish rugby team
Photo: Vets sign based on German folktale “Bremer STadtmusikanten”
Photo: Lovely flintwork at Mill Road Cemetry
Photo: Hidden WWW I gravestone of R B Culpin
Photo: Desecrated grave in Mill Road cemetry
Photo: View of Mill Road cemetry
Photo: Recent desecration of a gravestone in Mill Road Cemetry
Photo: Boken Tomb, Mill Road cemetry
Photo: View Mill road Cemetry
Photo: James Reynolds monument - driver of Telegraph coach
Photo: Detail of inscription of James Reynolds, Driver of the Telegraph coach between London and Cambridge
Photo: The Alexandra Arms - what is the significance of the Pagan? Thank you to Lisa-Marie Damant for the answer in 2011 " the figure is the green man and he signifies fertility, remembering that this area is and was arable land for long long time so the farmers wanted good crops and the green man and his counter part Sheela na Gig were the pagan symbols of that"
Photo: 80 Kingston Street - home of the Paradise Women's Cooperative
Photo: 80 Kingston St. home of the Paradise Women's cooperative
Photo: 80 kingston St
Photo: 80 Kingston St
Photo: Found out later  that Richard makes Violin Bows
Photo: Inspection eye drain