Building record MYO4016 - Copper's Lodge, Alma Terrace


Built for the East Riding Constabulary 1880, it originally included a charge-room, 3 cells and two dwelling houses for resident police officers. After 1884 it became the base for the Fulford fire engine. The building is representative of a crucial phase in the expansion of York during which the Imphal Barracks were enlarged (1877/80) and associated development along Fulford Road brought about its incorporation into the City of York in 1884. it is also a handsome building in its own right, and on its prominent corner site makes an important contribution to the local street scene. Nominated for inclusion on York's local list of heritage assets.


Grid reference Centred SE 6076 5051 (22m by 16m)
Map sheet SE65SW
Unitary Authority City of York, North Yorkshire


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Nov 14 2014 1:27PM


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