Part 1: Eastern Counties Railway and early Great Eastern Railway years. The present (2015) Cambridge station is the only still-open survivor of several which once served the City of Cambridge if we are to consider the city by its 21st century boundaries.
The majority of Bottomboat we see today was built for hard working miners in the 19th century. At one time nearly all of the men in this community worked at Newmarket Colliery, before this at the Bottomboat colliery or the older shallower workings.
New portfolio reflects an active market 27 July 2018. Auckland’s commercial property market remains highly active with vacancy rates close to historic lows approaching two per cent and an abundance of investors seeking to add to their portfolios, says the foreword to Barfoot & Thompson Commercial’s new Insite portfolio publication.