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Cosgrove Park Northamptonshire from the air

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aerial photograph of Cosgrove Park, Northamptonshire UK. Cosgrove Park is one of Northamptonshire's leading Holiday Home and Touring Parks. The site covers 180 acres adjacent the River Tove , River Great Ouse and the Grand Union Canal. Its hard to beleive it now looking at the photograph but this was once a sand and gravel quarry which provided material for the construction of the M1 motorway. In 1959 the quarry closed and was landscaped into a leisure park.

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