Some articles on main stand, stand, main, stands:
... of the stadium for more than 000 ... seats with leaving of the main stand which was built in the mid nineties ... According to this project in November 2004, the construction of a new south stand has begun with striker Maciej Żurawski digging the first shovel ... The main contractor was Budimex Dromex ...
... Part of the new stadium was a temporary stand from Trent Bridge which was literally floated across the river ... largely the same until 1923 when the Sneinton Side was replaced with a new stand, named the County Road Stand after the newly constructed road behind it ... The northern side of the Main Stand was badly damaged and the pitch left in an unplayable condition ...
... There are two side stands and no supporter accommodation at each end ... The main stand is single tier with a concrete cantilever roof and extends for about thirty metres each side of the half way line ... This stand contains offices and dressing rooms ...
... of the pitch was changed when the club built a new Main Stand ... A new wing was added to the Main Stand in 1989, increasing the seating capacity to 1,450 in an overall capacity of 12,128 ... and early 2000s, Ayr United were owned by Bill Barr, whose Barr Construction company built new stands for several clubs, including Kilmarnock, Hibernian, St ...
... The main stand is situated on the opposite side of the ground from the club offices and is a single tier structure, covering half the length of the field, straddling ... The original main stand was built in the early 1950s and was flanked by open terracing on both sides, but both the stand and terracing on one side was demolished in the early 1970s to ... Originally, the stand was laid out with bench seating until the early 21st Century when one section was laid out in red plastic seats with the letter C spelled out in white ...
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—Julius J. Epstein (19091952)
“But oh, not the hills of Habersham,
And oh, not the valleys of Hall
Avail: I am fain for to water the plain.
Downward, the voices of Duty call
Downward, to toil and be mixed with the main,
The dry fields burn, and the mills are to turn,
And a myriad flowers mortally yearn,
And the lordly main from beyond the plain
Calls oer the hills of Habersham,
Calls through the valleys of Hall.”
—Sidney Lanier (18421881)