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sillysally5 | 23:06 Thu 07th Jan 2016 | Quizzes & Puzzles
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All answers are stations or places in England with railway connections
i.e cake with currants (6) = dundee
1 find nickel coins in a north London road ( 6,6 )
2 where children play in a cultivated wood ( 9 )
3 trouble with a lock ? Sounds like you should try this ( 7 )
4 could sound like a description of an unkempt beard ( 6 )
5 sounds like you could put felons in irons at this major railway junction ( 7 )
6 would she take her little lamb to the ships here ? ( 8 )
7 where cattle, with degrees, cross the river ( 6 )
8 nationally speaking, The Chair can be found here ( 7 )
9 do they rearrange "lemon rites " here ? ( 10 )
10 sounds like instructions to your decorator ( 8 )
11 Mr Ellis fouled with a squshed ball ( 5 )
12 sounds like a noisy pig product( near the Trent) ( 7 )
13. one end of the longest rail tunnel wholly in eñgland ( 4,3,6)
14 where a heavy metal was interred ( less the "a" ) (7)
15 is this wh3re ceramic workers go for a drink ? (7,3)
Thanks in advance

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6 Maryport?
9 Leominster
14 Le(a)dbury
15 Potters' Bar
8 aintree
10 Paignton?
Or liverpool
5 Clapham
2 Kidsgrove?
3 Newquay
4 Bushey
7 Oxford ?
11 rugby
1. Silver Street
12 Lowdham
Just No 13 left to answer. The longest railway tunnel in England is the Northern line (via Bank) between Morden and East Finchley stations. Is this in some way a trick question?
I've struggled for some time to get the last one and then suddenly realised that I used to live a few minutes walk from it!

Dore and Totley station is at one end of the Totley Tunnel, which is the longest mainline railway tunnel wholly in England.
13 Dore and Totley
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Thank you all so much.
Beaten by Chris! because I was going the long way round researching the answer. A poor question because most of the London Underground lines have longer tunnels as do the (fairly) recently completed High Speed and Crossrail lines.

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