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Search Aspect (Copgrove Road )
Location - Leeds & District

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Copgrove Road (Gipton)
Black & White image14th January 1925 Copgrove Road showing rows of 2 storey semi-detatched houses with front gardens and low iron railings. Unsurfaced road with projecting manhole cover.
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Copgrove Road (projecting manhole) (Gipton) (1 comment)
Black & White image14th January 1925 Copgrove with junction of Chirton Road showing 2 storey semi-detatched houses with front gardens and low iron railings. Road is unsurfaced and a raised manhole cover is visible.
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Copgrove Road and view up Chirton Grove (Gipton) (1 comment)
Black & White image14th January 1925 Copgrove Road with junction of Chirton Grove. Semi-detatched two storey houses with front gardens and low railings.
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Copgrove Road at the junction with Hetton Road (Gipton)
Colour image23rd June 2005. Image shows Copgrove Road, foreground, at the junction with Hetton Road, right. At the left edge, number 123 Copgrove Road is partially visible, then numbers 123 and 125, a pair of red brick semi-detached houses with bay windows. At the right edge is another pair of semis, numbered 1 and 3 Hetton Road.
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Copgrove Road no. 23 (Gipton)
Black & White image5th July 1937 Number 23, home of Frederick Marshall, galvaniser also had house name 'Elsinor'. A dormer bungalow with greenhouse on left side. Trees and hedges in garden. Garage can be seen.
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