15 photos you'll only understand if you're from Leeds

There are many great things about being a Loiner that those born elsewhere will never understand.

Friday, 5th July 2019, 6:14 am
Updated Saturday, 3rd August 2019, 7:32 am

Only lucky people who had the privilege of growing up in the city can truly appreciate our culture, heritage and way of life - and the things that give us a special feeling of home, no matter where we are. READ MORE: 20 random facts you (probably) didn’t know about Leeds | The Leeds urban legends that turned out to be true | 34 never seen before photos of Leeds through the ages

Checking the time and temperature on the YEP clock as you drive into Leeds.
Heavy duty training needed for a charity run? Look no further than Hill 60 in Roundhay Park.

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You knew you were on the way to the coast when you passed the A64 Red Bus Cafe. Gone but not forgotten.
St George's Crypt - providing hope and support for the city's homeless and disadvantaged.
The legendary Town and Country Club. From live music to Brutus Gold on a Friday and Top Banana on Saturday it had something for everyone.
Leeds loves owls. We even had a dedicated owl trail.
Kirkstall Abbey. A great walk on a sunny day.
The Black Prince. Been an ever present in City Square since 1903.
Despite regular chains charging an arm and a leg for cinema viewings, the Hyde Park Picture House always keeps it real.
Whitelocks - a Leeds institution. I'll drink to that!
By 4.30am on a Sunday, Briggate McDonalds has Big Mac sauce sliding down the walls, so watch yourself.
The Dortmund Drayman by sculptor Arthur Shulze-Engels in Dortmund Square is the place to meet or enjoy a busker performing on a sunny day.
Home sweet home for some.
Who hasn't been snarled up in traffic on the Leeds inner ring road?
Yes, it's a boat, on land, serving beer. Nothing unusual about that. Peter Kay performed at the Drydock before he became really popular.