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Transport page
Photo Diary: Construction of Addenbrooke's Road
Trumpington Village Sign unveiled June 2010, designed by Sheila Betts.
Addenbrooke’s Access Road sign at the M11/Hauxton road junction
Addenbrooke’s Access Road sign
at the M11/Hauxton road junction.
Photo: Andrew Roberts, December
2007.
Road sign on Hauxton Road, the day of the opening of Addenbrooke’s Road. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 27 October 2010
Road sign on Hauxton Road, the day
of the opening of Addenbrooke’s
Road. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 27
October 2010.
Street sign near Shelford Road, the day of the opening of Addenbrooke’s Road. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 27 October 2010.
Street sign near Shelford Road, the day
of the opening of Addenbrooke’s
Road. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 27
October 2010.
Addenbrooke’s Road opened on 27 October 2010, after 3
years of construction. The road runs from Hauxton Road to a
roundabout beyond Shelford Road and from there to the
Cambridge Biomedical Campus and Addenbrooke's Hospital. This
page has photographs of the opening ceremony and four other
pages have a diary of the construction of the road, see the links
above.
Participants at the opening of Addenbrooke’s Road, including councillors, officers, engineers and Addenbrooke’s representatives. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 27 October 2010
Participants at the opening of Addenbrooke’s
Road, including councillors, officers, engineers and
Addenbrooke’s representatives. Photo: Andrew
Roberts, 27 October 2010.
Councillor Roy Pegram (County Council) and Dr Gareth Goodier (Cambridge University Hospitals) cutting the ribbon at the opening of Addenbrooke’s Road. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 27 October 2010
Councillor Roy Pegram (County Council) and Dr Gareth Goodier (Cambridge University Hospitals) cutting the ribbon at the opening of Addenbrooke’s Road. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 27 October 2010
Councillor Roy Pegram (County Council) and Dr Gareth Goodier (Cambridge University Hospitals) cutting
the ribbon at the opening of Addenbrooke’s Road. Dr Goodier described this as the highway to the
future and referred to its importance as a tangible step in the development of the Cambridge Biomedical
Campus which would see £1billion of investment and 9000 additional jobs. Photo: Andrew Roberts, 27
October 2010.