What & Where? #14

How well do you know Leeds?
munki
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Post by munki »

No! You're all barking up the wrong tree...
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Post by Phill_d »

Woof woof! mmm powers of deduction are called for! Portland stone perhaps? I reckon that after you visited the Leeds library on the Headrow you looked over the road & saw the statue on top of the peal chamber building opposite & pictured the end turret perhaps?
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simon2710
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Post by simon2710 »

Immaculate Heart Of Mary???? Or is it that place on the corner near millenium square???
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Post by Phill_d »

I've had a look @ my last guess. Although it's very similar it's not right. I wonder if it's the Town & country club instead.
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Michael
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Post by Michael »

Or the Grand Theatre?

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Post by Phill_d »

Where's Munki? have you gone AWOL mate??
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Post by dsco »

In the absence of an available Munki (on holiday - the slacker!), I am pleased to tell you all that the above answers are wrong, wrong and wrong.As this one seems to be stumping even the most intrepid of our explorers, I shall give you a little clue:You're all a little way off, as this week's competition is located in a charming part of the city away from the centre ... it even has its own castle nearby!Good luck dsco
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Post by stevief »

I hope you haven't given too much away there.I'm gonna say Harewood House.

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Post by dsco »

Nah - it's pretty obscure and cryptic as clues go ... so much so that it may have been no help to you at all!
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Post by Phill_d »

Lidgett park methodist church near Roundhay?
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