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English: The Malting House was originally exactly that: a warehouse, Oast house, and small brewery owned, in the 1830s, by the Beales family – a well-known Cambridge trading dynasty. In 1909, the then Dean of Trinity College (Dr Stewart) bought the buildings and converted most of them into an Arts & Crafts house. The remaining buildings were converted into a small hall to host musical evenings; Albert Schweitzer give a lecture on Bach there, and from 1955 it was the rehearsal base for the Cambridge Schools Holiday Orchestra. During the 1920s it was the Malting House School – one of the early ‘children’s community’ schools: no fixed curriculum, no discipline, and no punishments! Link Since 2003 is has been an accommodation block for Darwin College.
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Camera location52° 11′ 57.5″ N, 0° 06′ 50″ E  Heading=270° Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap - Google Earthinfo
Object location52° 11′ 57.5″ N, 0° 06′ 49″ E  Heading=270° Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap - Google Earthinfo

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