ANOTHER GUESS WHERE.

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jim
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Post by jim »

Richmond Hill?

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Brunel
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Post by Brunel »

No......Opposite the other way.

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Post by biofichompinc »

I know you said NOT Meanwood, but on the basis of the redbrick (again) and the user comments in this.....http://www.leodis.net/display.aspx?reso ... PLAY=FULLI am opting for Parkland Terrace.May as well use the tried and tested 'process of elimination'. More goes, more clues maybe.

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Post by Brunel »

Not Meanwood, but very close to....it is LS6Not sure what the area is known as, borders on a lot of named areas. P.S. It is made extra difficult by unless you have actually seen it, there is no reference to it on the interweb.

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Post by LS1 »

So you can see towers from here then?

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Post by Brunel »

NO...!! And that in itself is a clue

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Post by yorkiesknob »

How about on Cardigan RD near the bear pit.
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Post by Brunel »

No.....More Woodhouse than Headingley.

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Post by BLAKEY »

Any connection with Meanwood Towers (tall chimneys now cut down) which is ,despite the name, I suppose just in Carr Manor ??    
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Post by Brunel »

No.....!!

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