Goldstone Lane - Match day

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Goldstone Lane - Match day

Post by Gullseye » 02 Sep 2014, 08:14

A few more photo's around the stadium.
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Re: Goldstone Lane - Match day

Post by Gullseye » 02 Sep 2014, 08:16

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Re: Goldstone Lane - Match day

Post by spudski » 02 Sep 2014, 11:52

Love this ground mate...you can feel the passion and love you've put into it.
Must give you a lot of pleasure flicking on their...Love the ideas and creativity...nice one.

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Re: Goldstone Lane - Match day

Post by holmsie » 02 Sep 2014, 21:58

Fantastic attention to detail. As an not infrequent visitor to the Goldstone down the years you have certainly captured the essence of the ground.

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Re: Goldstone Lane - Match day

Post by Gullseye » 03 Sep 2014, 08:33

Thanks lads. Spud - your stadium was my original inspiration to build it so you are totally responsible for all the hours spent ! its been good fun though.

Holmsie - Yes I've tried to capture the spirit of the old Goldstone as far as possible. I've had to make some compromises to make it practical to play in, so at best its only an impression of the old place. The south stand should of course have a roof but it does hide the crowd away so I've decided to leave it.

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Re: Goldstone Lane - Match day

Post by spudski » 03 Sep 2014, 08:52

Gullseye wrote:Thanks lads. Spud - your stadium was my original inspiration to build it so you are totally responsible for all the hours spent ! its been good fun though.

Holmsie - Yes I've tried to capture the spirit of the old Goldstone as far as possible. I've had to make some compromises to make it practical to play in, so at best its only an impression of the old place. The south stand should of course have a roof but it does hide the crowd away so I've decided to leave it.
Well I'm glad my Stadium gave you the Inspiration mate. And I'm glad it's been ours of fun 8)
What I like about your stadium is it's very atmospheric, it has a 'feel' and grabs an 'era'. Plus it hasn't taken lots of Stadium fans to make it look full. The fact you can also play on it uninterrupted is also a big bonus...

Unfortunately, my Stadium is up in the loft as I no longer have any room to use it. Hopefully one day i'll find the time and space to revisit it.

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