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built in the time of Charles I., and is now a school. At the east end of the town isa establishment belonging to Christ's Hospital (popularly known as the Blue Coat School, London, and used as a preparatory school for younger children, who are received here pris to their admission to the metropolitan establishment. It is a large building, capable accomodating 600 children. Hertford is a pleasant, busy, and respectable town. Its pris. cipal trade is in mealing and malting. Two M.P. Pop. 1851, 6605.
CLXXXIV. LONDON TO HUNTINGDON, BY RAILWAY, 77 Miles.
ON RIGHT FROM LOND.
ON LEIT TEON LOND. From London by Northern and Eastern Rail
way, to Leave main line to 193 CAMBRIDGE (p. 433). 573 Ely and Norwich.
cr. river Cam.
Cross line of Roman road. Impington Park.
Girton :-9 miles be
yond, Madingley Park, Cottenham, 27 miles. 121 Oakington St.
Sir St. V, Cotton, Bari. Rampton, 11 mile. 10 Long Stanton St. 67 Long Stanton Hall.
Enter Huntingdonshire. Branch to March and 5 ST. IVES JUNCTION ST. 714) Hemingford Grey. Wisbeach, 287 miles.
(See p. 458.)
Hemingford Abbots Houghton. Witton. Hartford.
Follow course of river Ouse, which the line crosses twice, to
site of the ancient DureHUNTINGDON (see p. 387). 77 lipons, a Roman station.
CLXXXV. LONDON TO MARCH AND WISBEACH, BY RAILWAY, 100 Miles.