Sometimes it’s wonderful to give the readers of this blog what they want. Other times, I take an almost sadistic pleasure in just flinging another Scottish ground at you. “Could you maybe do it in the dark, too”, I hear you sarcastically beg. Certainly.
It is genuinely a bit of a shame that we did this one at night, as I suspect it’s a brilliant looking thing when you can see it. All we had were some signs and wonderful looking walls.
The whole ground looks a bit old school from the outside and so it’s a real shame that what I present to you now is a little limited. One crumb of comfort is that we were able to see one of the great walls in football, second only to Oakley United.
Isn’t it beautiful? If it’s not going to win in the “best wall” category then I think it’ll run away with “best turnstile”. It’s absolutely wonderful and worth the drive up to Aberdeen alone.
In short, it’s that horrible dilemma with the darkness that it’s difficult to tell you much more. There’s enough to see from the outside, that’s for certain, but aside from the turnstile there’s not much visible at night that will win it any extra points. But it’s definitely worth a visit.