EPW039220 ENGLAND (1932). Bishop Bridge Gas Works and environs Norwich, 1932

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Title [EPW039220] Bishop Bridge Gas Works and environs Norwich, 1932
Reference EPW039220
Date July-1932
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Place name NORWICH
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District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 624099, 308889
Longitude / Latitude 1.3119079006545, 52.631054301574
National Grid Reference TG241089

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Cavalry Barracks

Ed
Monday 31st of December 2018 02:07:50 PM
Today this small area is the housing estate called Heathgate

Chris Lambert
Saturday 20th of June 2015 07:14:08 PM
Barrack Street

Chris Lambert
Saturday 25th of April 2015 08:40:25 PM
Bishop Bridge Road

Chris Lambert
Saturday 25th of April 2015 08:39:05 PM
Riverside Road

Chris Lambert
Saturday 25th of April 2015 08:37:56 PM

Chris Lambert
Saturday 25th of April 2015 08:37:19 PM

Chris Lambert
Sunday 5th of April 2015 04:25:05 PM

Chris Lambert
Sunday 5th of April 2015 04:23:39 PM

Chris Lambert
Sunday 5th of April 2015 04:22:48 PM
The Nest - Norwich City Football Club

kevin_s
Friday 14th of December 2012 01:50:14 PM

User Comment Contributions

The Nest was the home ground of Norwich City Football Club between 1908 and 1935. The club then relocated to Carrow Road, which was the last new top flight football ground to be built until the 1990s.

Mattle
Monday 26th of January 2015 03:10:37 PM
Hull City (1946), Port Vale (1950) and Southend United (1955) might take exception to that !

gBr
Tuesday 30th of December 2014 10:30:39 PM
First of the "new wave" of League grounds was Scunthorpe's Glanford Park in 1988.

gerry-r
Friday 2nd of January 2015 12:06:54 AM
I specifically said 'top flight' - Scunthorpe, Hull, Port Vale and Southend all remained outside the old First Division between the 1930s and 1990s.

Mattle
Tuesday 6th of January 2015 03:57:36 PM
You said top flight but didn't define it. These photos only go up to 1953, and Carrow Road wasn't a First Division ground until 1972. By your own definition it wasn't top flight when built.

gBr
Saturday 17th of January 2015 08:51:04 AM
Alright then, just to clarify: it was newest ground to be used for games in the old First Division and from 1992 the Premier League during the period between 1935 and 1995, when Middlesbrough’s Riverside Stadium opened. Will that do you?

Mattle
Monday 26th of January 2015 03:10:37 PM