EPW015772 ENGLAND (1926). Lord's Cricket Ground, St John's Wood, 1926

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Pennawd [EPW015772] Lord's Cricket Ground, St John's Wood, 1926
Cyfeirnod EPW015772
Dyddiad 7-June-1926
Dolen
Enw lle ST JOHN'S WOOD
Plwyf
Ardal
Gwlad ENGLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 526801, 182741
Hydred / Lledred -0.17183225182571, 51.528842798076
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol TQ268827

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Wellington Road

John Swain
Wednesday 12th of September 2012 09:53:34 AM
Elm Tree Road

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Wednesday 12th of September 2012 09:52:04 AM
Grove End Road

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Wednesday 12th of September 2012 09:51:17 AM
St.John's Wood Road

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Wednesday 12th of September 2012 09:49:03 AM

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Wednesday 12th of September 2012 09:48:15 AM

John Swain
Wednesday 12th of September 2012 09:47:30 AM
Nursery End.

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Wednesday 12th of September 2012 09:46:36 AM
The Pavilion designed by Thomas Verity and completed in 1890.

John Swain
Wednesday 12th of September 2012 09:45:34 AM

Cyfraniadau Grŵp

If the date is correct, the photograph shows the second day of the Test Trial between England and The Rest. Wisden 1927 claims the attendance "numbered about twenty thousand on the first two days". The match ended in a draw: http://www.cricketarchive.co.uk/Archive/Scorecards/11/11877.html

HughChev
Tuesday 20th of August 2013 09:34:05 AM
Agreed! Wisden goes on to record that the third day's play (Tuesday, June 8th) took place on a pitch affected by overnight rain and that the change in the weather reduced the attendance to a meagre company!

John Swain
Tuesday 20th of August 2013 09:34:05 AM
A view of the famous old ground, named after its original owner, Thomas Lord, looking in a north-easterly direction. The ground has been in existence since 1814 and has been privately owned by the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) since 1866 and has been home to Middlesex County Cricket Club from 1877. A match was in progress when the photograph was taken, but it was neither a Test match with the visiting Australians nor a home game featuring Middlesex, as indicated by the sparse crowd. Even in those far-off days, crowds in excess of 30,000 were not unknown at Lord's.

John Swain
Wednesday 12th of September 2012 09:43:56 AM