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Search Aspect ( Cottingley Springs )
Location - Leeds & District

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Cottingley Springs gypsy and traveller site (Cottingley)
Colour image2010. View across Cottingley Springs B site for gypsy and traveller families. The original site was established in 1969 by Leeds City Council.
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Cottingley Springs No.18 (Beeston)
Black & White image13th July 1964. Image shows the rear of a brick built through terraced property with front and rear gardens. The upstairs window has been removed from its setting. The property is owned by Messrs. Paxtons Estates.
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Cottingley Springs No.18 (Beeston)
Black & White image13th July 1964. Image shows the front of a brick built through terraced property with front and rear gardens. The front door to the house is open and the window on the left is broken while the garden in the foreground is overgrown. This property is owned by Messrs. Paxtons Estates.
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Cottingley Springs, Gelderd Road (Cottingley)
Black & White image28th June 1965 View of rear gardens, the houses were called Cottingley Springs. A small girl is playing with a dolls pram.
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Cottingley Springs, Gelderd Road (Cottingley) (1 comment)
Black & White image28th June 1965 Gardens behind houses known as Cottingley Springs.
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