Geography Quiz / Areas of Leeds

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Can you name the Areas of Leeds?

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Famous for...AreaAlphabetically
Being exactly half way between Edinburgh and LondonA
Its ancient (original) Norman ChurchA
The Battle of Adwalton MoorA
Being the most average place in England and WalesA
The East Leeds Gay Bikers AssociationA
The Grammar School at LeedsA
Leeds PrisonA
The Viaduct over the river WharfA
Being birthplace of John SmeatonA
Having two community hallsB
Having a pub dating back to 953 ADB
Incorporating name of former KingdomB
Past gang activityB
Picturesque Leeds Met campusB
Elland Road StadiumB
Nell McAndrewB
Its conservation area, 'B....' SquareB
Featuring in Kaiser Chiefs song, 'Highroyds'B
Leeds FestB
Train tunnel underneath itB
Buffaloes RLFCB
Leeds West Academy/Bramley ParkB
Many students/Cardigan RoadB
St. James's (Jimmy's) HospitalB
Containing half the letters of the alphabet, unrepeatedB
Victoria Park, West LeedsC
Rhubarb growingC
Trendy bars, lots of graduatesC
The Leeds CarnivalC
Its three pubs, 'top oyle, middle oyle and bottom oyle'C
Its magazine, 'The Outlook'C
Its section of the Leeds Country WayC
An unprecedented and unlikely string of burglaries in 2008C
Many cul-de-sacsC
Iconic BT TowerC
Being home to Leeds's tallest blocks of flatsC
Its large public parkC
Its Arndale CentreC
High levels of anti social behaviourC
James MargetsonD
Ernie WiseE
Its large parkE
The Yorkshire Countrywomen's AssociationE
St. Chad's Church, Woodies Ale House, The Three Horseshoes, StudentsF
Having both an old part and a new partF
Famous for...AreaAlphabetically
Their Celtic football clubF
Prime Minister H. Asquith went to school hereF
Its football club with Brazilian starsG
The Farnley Wood PlotG
Its high concentration of tower blocks and its Grade I listed ChurchG
Having a wing of Jimmy's named after itG
Its cricket clubG
Being Home of Harry Ramsden's Fish and ChipsG
Being next to Temple NewshamH
Featuring in the TV show CCTV CitiesH
Riots in 2001H
Its stately home/Also where Emmerdale is filmedH
The now shut 'Hark to Rover' PubH
Its two stadia, being full of students, The Otley Run, Yorkshire CCCH
Its name was formerly part of the Leeds and H.... Building SocietyH
Its community/shopping centre. A major bus terminusH
Being the location of Leeds Trinity and All Saints University CollegeH
Being a huge industrial centre for the first steam trainsH
Woodhouse Moor/Many students/Picturesque view of Leeds UniH
The Wise Owl Pub (now demolished)I
Its hospital (closed 1998) which is famous for its heart surgeryK
Its Anglo Saxon ChurchK
Its large AbbeyK
Bodington Hall/Large cemetaryL
Its proximity to the A1 Great North RoadL
Lady Elizabeth Hastings lived hereL
Largest financial centre outside London/Largest law centre outside London/Its SkylineL
The Windmill InnL
Its many tower blocks, named partly after another UK cityL
Its interchangeL
Its valley trailM
Hosting the second largest turnip convention in the worldM
Having the best kept railway station in all YorkshireM
Wetherby AthleticM
Leeds Country Way and Transpennine Trail both pass through hereM
Its railwayM
Its view over Central LeedsM
Golfer, Peter AllisM
Major filming location of ITV's Fat FriendsM
Being near BramleyM
A large Jewish population/A 'corner' of the same nameM
Sharing a name with GB Rugby League International Adrian...M
Its iconic clockO
Neville Hill Rail DepotO
Its large market/The view over it/The river wharf/Its hospitalO
Famous for...AreaAlphabetically
Theologian Richard BentleyO
Pool BankP
Its park which is the start and finish of the Leeds Carnival ProcessionP
Children in need Bear named after this areaP
The flats here were the largest in EuropeQ
Its Hill called 'The R...' BillingR
All Saints ChurchR
Shares its name with famous outlawR
Its roundabout, also its canal sideR
Having the largest working men's club in the countryR
One of the largest parks in the UKR
Ling Lane, perhaps the most expensive street in LeedsS
Being the other constituent of the Civil Parish of Barwick-in-Elmet and S...S
Being the residence of two victims of the Yorkshire RipperS
Having one of the largest council estates in the countryS
Slaid HillS
Its interchange where some major roads of North Leeds meetS
Having the UK's first High Occupancy Vehicle Lane (car pool lane)S
Sherburn Court FlatsS
Its pub, which can never technically be a pubS
A small volume, Patchwork PressS
It's stately home/Party in the parkT
Having no street lights/Its P├ętanque areaT
Leeds United's disputed training groundT
Thorpe HallT
Its roundabout on the Leeds Ring RoadT
Its working men's club/Being the terminus of the number 18 bus routeT
Used to be part of Bradford, now part of LeedsT
Overlooked by the British LibraryW
Its weird nameW
Oxley Hall, Lots of students, The Stables PubW
Home to England's oldest Horse FairW
Trendy restaurants, The village HotelW
Its RacecourseW
The Battle of WinwaedW
Its many sporting facilitiesW
Its confusion with a similarly named area in BradfordW
Its sizable student population and proximity to the University of LeedsW
Home of Bentley's Yorkshire BitterW
The largest gas holder in LeedsW
Having a population of less than 50W
Many high rise flats and a beckW
Being home to Leeds Bradford airportY

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