EPW038630 ENGLAND (1932). Trent Bridge, Forest Football Ground and Trent Bridge Cricket Ground, Nottingham, 1932

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Pennawd [EPW038630] Trent Bridge, Forest Football Ground and Trent Bridge Cricket Ground, Nottingham, 1932
Cyfeirnod EPW038630
Dyddiad June-1932
Dolen
Enw lle NOTTINGHAM
Plwyf
Ardal
Gwlad ENGLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 458123, 338283
Hydred / Lledred -1.135055922144, 52.93847564994
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol SK581383

Pinnau

Radcliffe Road

Class31
Monday 24th of June 2013 03:57:36 PM

Class31
Monday 24th of June 2013 03:55:36 PM
Trent Bridge Cricket Ground

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Monday 24th of June 2013 03:55:10 PM
Forest Football Ground

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Monday 24th of June 2013 03:54:42 PM
Nottingham Canal

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Monday 24th of June 2013 03:53:20 PM

Cyfraniadau Grŵp

One of the oldest first class county and Test cricket grounds in the country, where the game has been played since 1840 (Notts v. Sussex). The first Test Match played at Trent Bridge took place between June 1-3, 1899, against Australia, and featured the legendary W.G.Grace, playing his last test at the grand age of 50 years and 320 days!!

At the time this photograph was taken (June 1932), Nottinghamshire C.C.C. were enjoying a rich vein of form throughout the month, which included innings victories over Derbyshire, Somerset, Hampshire and Leicestershire.

Despite all the massive redevelopment in postwar years, the ground remains one of the favourite venues in England, both for players and spectators.

John Swain
Saturday 18th of May 2013 10:10:43 AM
A better view of the City ground on the banks of the River

Trent,home to Nottingham Forest since 1898. Three hundred

yards away on the opposite side of the Trent was Meadow Lane

home of Notts county. The two grounds are the closest professional football stadiums in England.

Paulie
Thursday 13th of December 2012 09:46:56 PM