Speedway stadiums of old.

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Greyhound stadium 1958, Belle Vue, Manchester.

Greyhound stadium 1958, Belle Vue, Manchester.

Belle Vue Aces speedway stadium entrance 1958, Manchester.

Belle Vue Aces speedway stadium entrance 1958, Manchester.

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Belle Vue (Hyde Rd)

A great shot of a packed crowd at Belle Vue's Hyde Road circuit watching League action between the Aces and the Leicester Lions during the 1968 season. #Speedway

Instagram post by Speedway History • Nov 13, 2016 at 12:22pm UTC

225 Likes, 8 Comments - Speedway History (@speedwayhistory) on Instagram: “A great shot of a packed crowd at Belle Vue's Hyde Road circuit watching League action between the…”

Pictured: How Belle Vue Zoological Gardens and fairground looked over the years

Pictured: How Belle Vue Zoological Gardens and fairground looked over the years

Speedway at Belle Vue, Manchester, 10 June 1946, Bert Abell, Daily Herald Archive, National Media Museum Collection / SSPL

Photographs that look like L.S. Lowry paintings - National Science and Media Museum blog

As Tate Britain prepares to open a new exhibition of L.S. Lowry’s industrial landscapes, we look at scenes of northern urban life in our collection.

WTC practice for the Danish team. Hans Nielsen and Erik Gundersen

WTC practice for the Danish team. Hans Nielsen and Erik Gundersen

1957: Laden with pails and cloths, three members of the catering staff paddle through the flooded Wimbledon Stadium. Because of the floods, the greyhound race meeting had to be postponed. Wimbledon was one of the London areas affected by the floods caused by heavy rains.

1957: Laden with pails and cloths, three members of the catering staff paddle through the flooded Wimbledon Stadium. Because of the floods, the greyhound race meeting had to be postponed. Wimbledon was one of the London areas affected by the floods caused by heavy rains.

Overflowing: A bird's eye view of Wembley Stadium, London, during Bolton's 1923 FA Cup victory over West Ham. An estimated 200,000 people crammed in, leading to an inevitable pitch invasion.

Football from yesteryear ... when The Beautiful Game really was

200,000 fans crammed into Wembley, flat caps, pitch invasions, rattles and the introduction of new rubber boots. We take a look at the changing face of football in London.

Belle Vue Tokyo Melody - YouTube  Fond memories of Hyde Road 7:00pm Saturday night.

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