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Main entrance of Churchill College on Storey's Way.
Main hall of Fitzwilliam College, off Storey's Way.
The chapel of the Ascension Parish Burial Ground, near Storey's Way off Huntingdon Road.

Storey's Way is a mainly residential road in northwest Cambridge, England.[1][2] It links the major arterial roads Huntingdon Road to the north and Madingley Road to the south.

Two University of Cambridge colleges, Churchill College and Fitzwilliam College, are located on Storey's Way. Trinity Hall has modern student accommodation on Storey's Way[3] and the Trinity Hall Sports Ground is located between Storey's Way and Huntingdon Road.

Also close to the road are:

The Storey's Way conservation area covers houses on Storey's Way at its northern end and the Trinity Hall sports ground.[4] The road features large detached houses built in the early 20th century, including a number designed by the Arts and Crafts Movement architect Baillie Scott.[5] Due to the high-quality houses, it is a desirable area.


Coordinates: 52°12′53″N 0°06′11″E / 52.2146°N 0.1031°E / 52.2146; 0.1031


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