Aberdeen Road, N5

Road in/near Highbury, existing between the 1850s and now

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Aberdeen Road connects Aberdeen Park with Sotheby Road.

In a directory of 1870 and in the 1871 Census, this was called Aberdeen Park Road. In 1888 it became Aberdeen Road. Along it was Aberdeen Terrace.

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