Vicar's Brook :: Shared Description

The Vicar's Brook originally flowed from its spring-line source at Nine Wells, in the parish Great Shelford, through Trumpington and then into the River Cam at its present-day outflow near River Farm. In the early 17th century, the University and town of Cambridge diverted this
stream near "Trumpington Ford" (where the London Road crossed the brook) with a newly created drain that ran, and still runs, into Cambridge. The watercourse is now named Hobson's Brook from Nine Wells to the point where it divides into the stream, still called Vicar's Brook, and the artificial channel, called Hobson's Conduit.
by N Chadwick
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TL4556 : Vicar's Brook by N Chadwick
TL4556 : Weeping Willow, Vicar's Brook by N Chadwick
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TL4556 : E2 path and Vicar's Brook by N Chadwick
TL4556 : Vicar's Brook by N Chadwick
TL4555 : Vicar's Brook by N Chadwick

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Created: Sat, 13 Dec 2014, Updated: Sat, 13 Dec 2014

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