The Fone-a-Friend Quiz 3 – Answers

The anagram round.

Each of these is a London Underground station.

  1. Cosset Frock – Cockfosters
  2. Squeals Era No – Sloane Square
  3. Bare Elk Zips – Belsize Park
  4. A Retard Cottonmouth – Tottenham Court Road
  5. A Dare Way Goblin – Ealing Broadway
  6. Upstate Yen – East Putney
  7. Nearly Earns – Rayners Lane
  8. Veal Ripe – Perivale
  9. Chew Gill – Chigwell
  10. Castrate Angel – Lancaster Gate

 

The list round in reverse.

The following six places all have important features in London’s geography. Identify for each why it is important. (Good luck with this!)

  1. A field just off of Fen Lane, North Ockendon – Furthest east

  2. A bend in Ditches Lane, just north of the church of St Peter and St Paul in the village of Chaldon – Furthest south

  3. Next to the A233 Westerham Hill where it crosses into Kent – Highest point in London

  4. The clockwise hard shoulder of the M25 between junction 24 and 25 near Crews Hill railway station – Furthest north

  5. The Thames foreshore at low tide – Lowest natural point in London

  6. The exit for Poyle on the roundabout above junction 14 of the M25 near Heathrow Terminal 5 – Furthest west

Furthest compass points in London, and highest and lowest natural points.