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Leeds/Headingley area - safe after dark?

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Hello and thanks for your help.

Daughter and I are scouting out some unis this fall and staying in Headingley on the Leeds Met campus.

By the time our train arrives, it will already be dark and we'll have about a 20-minute walk from the rail station to our accommodations.

Is this something that would concern you? We've been to Leeds but not enough to "know" the area. We *might* be able to get a slightly earlier train, but it would be dramatically more expensive and autumn days in England are so much shorter than the US that it still might be close to dark, according to the daylight calendars I checked.

Looking for some insight ... thanks.

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