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Nottm_Wanderer

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  1. The line behind the embankment went to Bury , the line to Blackburn went under Great Moor Street and out to Turner Bridge viaduct . I used to catch the train to Bromley Cross on match days . Btw my dad said that on match days if it was quiet you could hear the Burnden roar in Bradshaw ... That's Bradshaw not Bradshawgate
  2. Yes they were magnificent, iconic , beautiful, I loved seeing them tower above Burnden. Booth steelwork ??? Burnley FC looked remarkably similar at the time They were not very powerful as we were told by broadcasters ( Granada TV ) that they were not bright enough to support colour TV broadcasts , but then again we were also told that the TV box on top of the Manny road stand was not strong / big enough to support colour TV cameras and equipment. There was probably a 5 year gap when we didn't appear on MoTD or Granada TV Sunday afternoon game . My conspiracy theory was no
  3. I think it is the embankment at burnden ... You've flipped it ..that's the Manny road entrance ...the youths are near the railway
  4. Is it chesterfield again ?
  5. Looks very urban and old school a bit of a smaller burnden paddock style stand . Maybe a Midlands club, not derby too big ... Can we have a clue
  6. Cracking pic that ... I was going to say Fleetwood before it was redeveloped
  7. Is it non league ? Doesn't look like a stadium I've been to seen b4
  8. One more go .. Paisley , Lloyd , Leeds United
  9. Being local I didn't enter this one
  10. Paisley, Hughes , Stamford Bridge
  11. Sealand Rd. Never been there , no wonder I struggled . I was convinced it was Swindon .
  12. Those steps are strange sending you in one direction, so a stand with not much room behind it . Only steps I can remember like that were the Riverside at Ewood Park ... Not that I ever trod them ...you could pay for entry in either end and walk into the Riverside before segregation. Some scary times going on the service train from Bromley Cross to Blackburn as a teenage r. Scraps all the way from the station to the ground and the train regularly bricked on the return trip
  13. 🤣🤣This is behind the " Brian Clough Stand" built on the back of Forests European cup triumphs . It is quite dated now and there is no leg room in the seats
  14. Yes ...didn't last long...another ground with an appalling record for us ..1 win since I moved to Nottingham in the late 70s
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