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nico
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Is it the Gatehouse Ground, former home of Linby Colliery?



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northstandexile
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You need to stay away from Dr Who with all this time travelling you are doing, AndyLaugh Mining community, he said Nottinghamshire not Poland.



Actually now more Poles than miners about in Nottinghamshire. Wink


nico
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G. Priestsic Road - former home of Sutton Town.



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northstandexile
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G. Priestsic Road - former home of Sutton Town.



We have a winner, well done Nico. Priestic Road was the first proper ground that I visited as a child, if you don't count Cowpasture Lane Rec. Wink

Now we have an Asda where it once stood. Not sure when the final match was played but I remember definitely going to a match at the end of 1972/3 season.

Interestingly, originally the supermarket was called Fine Fare.


StokePriorAndy
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Jun 14, 2008, 1:42 PM

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G. Priestsic Road - former home of Sutton Town.



We have a winner, well done Nico. Priestic Road was the first proper ground that I visited as a child, if you don't count Cowpasture Lane Rec. Wink

Now we have an Asda where it once stood. Not sure when the final match was played but I remember definitely going to a match at the end of 1972/3 season.

Interestingly, originally the supermarket was called Fine Fare.


I remember Fine Fare at Retford which turned into Hillards and I had to trail there every week to "help with the shopping". Originally, in the early 1960s Fine Fare had more stores than either Sainsbury or Tescos but was eventually taken over by Gateway (now Somerfields). And Sutton was recognised as part of the Nottinghamshire coalfield but I can't remember if it would be called a mining community or not (I was way off track!).


nico
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Not sure when the final match was played



I think it was during 1977.



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StokePriorAndy
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