20 Northernmost English Cities

Name the 20 northernmost cities with official city status in England.
Note that England is just part of the United Kingdom
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Last updated: February 21, 2017
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Latitude
City
54.97 °N
Newcastle upon Tyne
54.91 °N
Sunderland
54.89 °N
Carlisle
54.78 °N
Durham
54.14 °N
Ripon
54.05 °N
Lancaster
53.96 °N
York
53.80 °N
Leeds
53.79 °N
Bradford
53.76 °N
Preston
Latitude
City
53.74 °N
Kingston upon Hull
53.68 °N
Wakefield
53.51 °N
Salford
53.47 °N
Manchester
53.40 °N
Liverpool
53.38 °N
Sheffield
53.23 °N
Lincoln
53.19 °N
Chester
53.00 °N
Stoke-on-Trent
52.95 °N
Nottingham
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Level 60
Feb 14, 2017
what about Tweedmouth ?
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Level 48
Feb 14, 2017
It doesn't have city status.
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Level 89
Feb 14, 2017
Where's Sheffield?? (53.2301 N)
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Level 48
Feb 15, 2017
It's in South Yorkshire, actually. However, I somehow missed that. Don't worry, I've brought it back. Actually, Sheffield is at 53.3811 N.
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Level 89
Feb 15, 2017
Very glad to see it back in its rightful place! (I know it's in South Yorkshire - I lived there for 10 years :) )
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Level 82
Feb 22, 2017
Middlesbrough, Blackpool, Wigan, Blackburn? Are they all towns?
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Level 48
Feb 23, 2017
Yes, yes, yes, and yes. All four are just towns.
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Level 59
Mar 13, 2017
whats the difference between cities and towns in uk?
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Level 48
Mar 14, 2017
Well, I think you can read this because I reckon that it explains far better than me.
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Level 88
Feb 22, 2017
Huh, my mental map had Derby closer to Sheffield than it actually is, was confused when it wasn't accepted but Nottingham was...
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Level 48
Feb 23, 2017
Derby is at 52.92 N, so it gets only honourable mention here, I think.
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Level 72
Jun 4, 2017
I expected Derby to be there too.
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Level 66
Mar 15, 2020
yep, I have the same thing: the coalfields go Yorkshire then Derby then Notts, so in my mind Derby is further north than Nottingham.
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Level 58
Jun 1, 2017
I didn't known that rippon, Durham or Lancaster are cities. Wow this games an education.
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Level 70
Jun 1, 2017
I always believed Derby was farther north than Nottingham. I've never seen 52.92o given I always thought that 60 minutes became degrees as in 52.92 = 53.32?
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Level 56
Jun 1, 2017
You're mixing two different systems. You can use the decimal system as used here or degrees, minutes and seconds where there are 60 mins to a degree and 60 secs to a minute. E.g. 52.75° is the same as 52°45'
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Level 78
Jun 1, 2017
What, no Darrowby??? ;-) (I was really disappointed when I learned it was an amalgamation of villages.)
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Level 58
Jun 5, 2017
:-) Reading the book at the moment - a good read!
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Level 64
Jun 1, 2017
I'm going to start a campaign to have Filey granted city status. Anyone with me? :D
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Level 67
Jun 1, 2017
I've lived in and around Ripon for a long time. Locals get really touchy when visitors don't realise it's a city. I think if you over-react to people's understandable ignorance, it probably means you have small-town mentality. (apologies to everyone who lives in a small town, of course...).
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Level 55
Jun 3, 2017
I live in Ripon and to be honest it annoys me more when stuffy old Ripononians get their pants in a twist over calling it a city - it's a town with a cathedral! And a small town at that!
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Level 43
Jun 1, 2017
I am so terrible! I only got 2!
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Level 59
Jun 2, 2017
Yikes I will say that was tougher than I expected