Cambridge Framed Photography


Silver Street is located in the southwest of central Cambridge, England. It links Queen's Road to the west with Trumpington Street to the east. The road continues west out of central Cambridge as Sidgwick Avenue.
At the southwestern end to the south is Darwin College. Halfway along to the north where the street straddles the River Cam on the Silver Street Bridge (built in 1958) is Queens' College. At the eastern end to the north fronting onto Trumpington Street is St Catharine's College.
To the north are The Backs along the river, providing one of the best views in Cambridge of the backs of some of the most historic and prestigious Cambridge University colleges.
To the south, on the east side of the Cam, is the Silver Street/Mill Lane Site, one of the University of Cambridge sites. This is bounded by Silver Street to the north, Trumpington Street to the east, Little St Mary' Lane to the south, and Granta Place / Laundress Lane on the Cam to the west. Mill Lane runs east–west through the middle of the site. Various University departments, other University facilities, and the University Centre, are located here.
Since 2003, access to motor vehicles without an appropriate transponder has been controlled by rising bollards. It allows eastward traffic flow from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. and westward flow from 4 p.m. to 12 midnight, daily.

The prints are produced on high quality photographic paper and are presented in dark green bevel cut mounts. The title of the photo and the photographer’s signature are handwritten in pencil on the mounts. The wooden frames are a darker shade of green than the mounts and measure 57.5cms x 19.5cms.

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  • Model: LF9
  • 20 Units in Stock

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 01 September, 2011.