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Summer 2004 Development (Part 2)

By JP
September 10 2019

Sixways Stadium Development Plan 2004 
The East Stand foundations are well underway 
 
 The Marquee bar is slowly disappearing
Rocket and Mike Robins saying a fond farewell to the sturdy bar that has served for several seasons
 Just a final check then off for sale to someone
 The steel goes into the concrete base for the North Stand 
 
 here's oild down here somewhere as the main foundations go in.
 The foundations complete now time to start erecting the steel frame
 That's the old bar gone now for the posh new Supporters Food and Bar area
 
 Another view of the steels being erected
 
 Looking back into the West Stand car Park and shop
 
 
 
 
 Framework now well on the way
 Concrete goes down for the North Stand
 The grass still needs to be maintained through all this activity
 Work safety net being set up
 
 First portacabin arrives for the new "posh" bar
 They all slot together like an IKEA flat pack
 Bar very nearly complete
 Thats the bar and 1st floor entertainment suite complete
 The Brand new East Stand in all its glory
 Now ready for that very first Premiership game Vs Newcastle Falcons

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