Houses in Murrow
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The village is on Murrow Bank, the B1187 road, 5 miles (8 km) west from the town of Wisbech. Its population is included in the civil parish of Parson Drove. Murrow has a village store, and The Bell Inn public house which is owned by Elgood's Brewery.
Murrow was part of the ecclesiastical parish of Wisbech St Mary, formed under the 1870 Leverington Rectory Act. Emmanuel church was built in 1873 during the incumbency of Rev. A.W. Roper.
Murrow once had two railway stations,[when?] Murrow East on the M&GNJR, and Murrow West on GN&GEJR. As it had two stations, Murrow also had a Station Road (originally Mill Road, renamed Station Road, and renamed back to Mill Road), and a Station Avenue.
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- F.J.Gardiner (1898). History of Wisbech and Neighbourhood. Gardiner & Co.
- ed RB Pugh (1953). A history of Cambridge & the Isle of Ely. OUP.
- Media related to Murrow, Cambridgeshire at Wikimedia Commons
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