What & Where? #14

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munki
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Post by munki »

What is this architectural feature of Leeds, taken up close & out of context?If you would like to submit a picture for the competition, please email it to the Secret Leeds Team at [email protected]. We will post it up once this one has been guessed.
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Phill_d
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Post by Phill_d »

St annes cathedral?
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munki
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Post by munki »

No!
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MrsTigger
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Post by MrsTigger »

Leeds Parish Church or Cathedral Chambers?

munki
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Post by munki »

No & no!
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Phill_d
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Post by Phill_d »

St johns church @ the merrion?
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munki
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Post by munki »

Nope.
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MrsTigger
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Post by MrsTigger »

Is it the top of some kind of folly type structure, maybe in Roundhay Park or Woodhouse Moor?

munki
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Post by munki »

No! There aren't any follies on Woodhouse Moor, are there?
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stevief
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Post by stevief »

Is it the church at the junction of Oxford Place and the Headrow?

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