Highbank Hotel

83 Harehills Lane, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS7 4HA, United Kingdom
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Leeds Legend Serves You A Beer

by RPW

Leeds as a city has many bars, restaurants and clubs varying in both design and taste. However my tip is one that allows you to enjoy a beer and also meet a genuine Leeds United football legend. Peter Lorimer was a mere young Dundonian when he arrived at Leeds United in 1963, years later he had progressed through the International soccer scene and is now on the board of directors of the famous Yorkshire team. For a couple of years now he has successfully managed a bar, "The Commercial", the bar is not too far from the city centre of Leeds - the area can be a wee bit dark at night though. The pub is also close to Elland Road, home of Leeds Utd football club and is generally well populated with fans from afar, including Scandanavia and Ireland.

Heaven and Hell

by Diosa about Heaven and Hell

Are you feeling naughty? or are you feeling very very nice? Enter at purgatory for garage and soul... ascend to heaven for some cheesy party tunes from the 70's 80's and 90's.. or fling yourself down to hell for some hot house and trance! Open 10pm until 4am. Smart clubwear (seems the shorter the better for the girls!) no trainers as usual.

Fish and chips, a British tradition

by traceyspacey about Crown Fisheries

Fish and chips are an example of traditional British food. The fish is battered, as well as sausages.

We tried this place the other night and it was good. It is not the healthiest of meals, but once in a while it can't do you much harm! There are a few tables inside, but it is mainly takeaway. You can either have it wrapped to take home or open to eat outside. Salt and vinegar, mushy peas are a must. As we had battered sausage we also had gravy.

It cost us £5.70 for 2 people. The portions aren't too large either. Proper chip shop chips.

Harewood House

by Tom_Fields

The Earl of Harewood, who owns this house, is the Queen's cousin. The house has some spectacular gardens, fine parks, a Bird Garden, and a beautiful lake. Inside are some fine art and antique collections. It's a perfect day outing from Leeds.

Leeds, city of industrial heritage

by jonathanbarker

"Middleton Industrial heritage railway"

About 2 miles (3kms) south of Leeds is the oldest (in continuous use) railway in the UK, which started as a means of transporting coal from the mines to Leeds centre. Initiated in 1758, as a 4 foot 1 inch guage, it is now to Stephenson's standard gauge (4' 8.5") which is used in many places throughout the world.

The railway was closed in the 1960's but was saved by local enthusiasts for transporting visitors from Moor Road to Park Halt, from where the Middleton Park starts. Middleton Park has footpaths and a childrens play area.

Now the railway is run by volunteers and operates most weekends, bank holidays and Wednesdays in school summer holidays. Steam and diesel engines pull traditional style coaches, with a journey time of approximately 15 minutes each way. Many of the engines are ones built locally including those from Hunslet, Leeds factories.

On the site there is a museum of engines, etc, a well stocked shop of books, videos (DVDs) and toys, and colouring books for children. Tickets for the whole day cost me £4.50.

To reach the railway by public transport, just take a bus from Leeds bus station, which passes Dewsbury road and alight at Tunstall Close.

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Address: 83 Harehills Lane, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS7 4HA, United Kingdom