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Stadia of Ireland
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Kevin Fletcher Stadia Art
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DJ Rogers Stadia Art
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Football Stadium - Scotland - Heart of Midlothian FC - Tynecastle Park Featured Image

Football Stadium - Scotland - Heart of Midlothian FC - Tynecastle Park

Tynecastle Park is a football stadium in the Gorgie area of Edinburgh, which is the home ground of Scottish Professional Football League club Heart of Midlothian. It has also hosted Scotland international matches, and been used as a neutral venue for Scottish Cup and Scottish League Cup semi-finals

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Football Stadium - Non-League - Swindon Supermarine FC - Webbswood Stadium Featured Image

Football Stadium - Non-League - Swindon Supermarine FC - Webbswood Stadium

Before the club's amalgamation with Swindon Athletic in 1992 and prior to 1990, the Supermarine Football Club was just one of the sporting sections of the engineering company, Vickers Armstrong. The Vickers Sports complex was sited just down the road from its present location on what is now the South Marston Industrial Estate. Due to the development of the industrial estate and the requirement of the land, the landowners built a new sports complex for all the sections to move in 1990, incorporating the sports sections Football, Rugby, Cricket, Archery and Bowls

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Football Stadium - National England Wembley Way Old Featured Image

Football Stadium - National England Wembley Way Old

Olympic Way, often incorrectly known as Wembley Way, is the road that links Wembley Park tube station and Wembley Stadium in Wembley Park, London, England. Thousands of spectators walk along it to every event as the road leads directly into the stadium. The road is an easy access from the London Underground system at Wembley Park to the stadium, and travels in a north–south direction. The road also allows pedestrians an easy access to London Designer Outlet from the station.
Olympic Way was built several years after World War II by German POWs still held captive by the UK. Originally they were intended to be used for picking up refuse during the 1948 Summer Olympics, but their duties were changed due to criticism in the press; "It is fair to assume that the Ministry of Labour will think very hard before intending for a slave squad to operate quite so publicly and before quite so many overseas visitors." Instead they were put on less visible construction details

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