The Cambridge Explorer
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This is how the CD-ROM works:-
Use your Internet-Explorer to explore the streets of Cambridge, with the aid of
the fully indexed W.P.Spalding Street Directory of Cambridge for 1904,
together with Maps of 1904, 1924 & 1949 and in excess of 1,000 photographs.
This CD-ROM has been produced in association with "Cambridgeshire
Collection" which has kindly given access to much of the material you will see.
The W.P.Spalding Street Directory of Cambridge for 1904.
The W.P Spalding Maps of Cambridge for 1904, 1924 & 1949 (1949 Street Index)
Very low resolution example of the 1904 W.P.Spalding map of Cambridge
The Photographs (as supplied by the Cambridgeshire Collection)
The Photographs (taken by Hugo Brown)
All images have been set up to that they can be viewed easily on a 15" monitor
set at 800x600 resolution. All images should print from your web-browser on to
a single sheet of A4 paper.
NOTE: Low Resolution Images have been used on this web-site.
High Resolution Images are used on the CD-ROM
Minimum System Requirements:-
A pentium processor or equilavent (200MHz plus recommended)
Microsoft Windows 95 or later required, running Microsoft Explorer 5 or later
16MB RAM (32MB RAM recommended)
(NOTE - This product does not work with Netscape Explorer)
This Site
Welcome1 General Information about the CD-ROM
Welcome2 About W.P. Spalding Directories
Welcome3 About W.P. Spalding Maps
Welcome4 About the Photographs
Welcome5 5 Tours withs maps & photographs
Links Links to Genealogy & History Sites
Order Info Details of How to Order
Demo A slow Demo showing a little of what the CD-ROM can do.
Last Update 18th October 2002
Hugo Brown (2001)
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Background Photograph = Corner of Magdalene St & Chesterton Lane