Selhurst Street (Radford)

Well this is a perfectly pleasant little corner of the world, albeit low on visibility when walking around.
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Having done Meadow Lane and the City Ground on previous visits to Nottingham, this was fairly close to the city centre and so I headed along with zero expectation.
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It’s right next to the tramline, which is also ideal for a trainspotter like me. The fences are high enough that there’s not loads to see from outside, but you can get some snaps on your tip toes and one end is perfectly exposed for a neb inside.
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A couple of stands on either touchline are complimented with one behind a goal but to the side. The sort of perfect quirky addition that scores highly for me.
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A rather tatty looking “Welcome To Radford” sign was also visible and also lovely and so it’d be hard not to recommend this as a place to visit. Wedged in between houses on every side, it’s a lovely addition to this blog and we’ll worth a visit.

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Woodhorn Lane Update
Only a couple of pictures this week, one from distance as the scaffolding is down and the back of the stand looks great. Bit of a shame that the old stand is still sat in front of it obscuring the view. I really hope they move that inside the ground and behind one of the goals, but fear they’ve probably left it a bit late. Never mind, at least Sky have already been round to install a satellite dish on the new stand!
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