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|Prince Rupert's Tower, or The Roundhouse, is an old Bridewell or lock-up that is still located on Everton Brow, in Netherfield Road, Everton, Liverpool. It is used on the crest of Everton F.C.. The tower takes it name from Prince Rupert of the Rhine who stayed in the village a century earlier.|
It was built in 1787, and was used to incarcerate wrong-doers until they could be haule...
|Views of the professional football grounds in London.||08/10/2005||970|
|Nationwide Conference League Football Grounds (England) (www.pk-productions.co.uk)||12/07/2005||765|
|Liverpool Cathedral is the Church of England cathedral of the Anglican Diocese of Liverpool, built on St James' Mount near the centre of the city of Liverpool, England and is the seat of the Bishop of Liverpool. Its official name is the Cathedral Church of Christ in Liverpool but it is dedicated to Christ and the Blessed Virgin. It is the largest cathedral in the United Kingdom and the fifth la...||09/25/2005||414|
|The county of Krohnsminde in Norway has made a huge mistake when they planned a new road at a hospital at the local stadium.|
They simply cut a corner of one of the football/soccer grounds for the kids without telling it to the club. Only the health department was told about it by the county.
So now the football club have no stadium for the upcoming season.
|The start of the Liverpool section of the Leeds/Liverpool canal, contained within the Eldonian Village area of the city.||01/30/2006||424|
|All the English Premiership Football Clubs grounds ||11/15/2006||894|
|Here is where Sheffield Wednesday FC play football in my home town of Sheffield, UK. This is where the incredibly saddening 'Hillsborough Disaster' happened on April 15th, 1989 that resulted in the loss of 96 lives. The match was an FA Cup Semi Final between Liverpool and Nottignham Forest FC's. Personally, this disaster is one of those times that indelibly marks itself as knowing exactly where...||12/11/2006||360|
|The Gaelic Grounds or PŠirc na nGael is the principal Gaelic Athletic Association stadium in Limerick City, Ireland, home to the Limerick hurling and football teams.|
October 9, 1926 saw first steps taken towards creating the Limerick Gaelic Grounds as a GAA stadium of note. A farm containing 12 acres (4.9 ha) was purchased at Coolraine on the Ennis Road for development as a sport...
|Le Centre Technique National Fernand Sastre (Fernand Sastre National Technical Centre), is the national football centre based in Clairefontaine.|
Clairefontaine is an immense football centre, encompassing 56 hectares of land and boasting 66,000 square meters of turfed grounds.
Clairefontaine has several training grounds, a stadium pitch and even an indoor pitch made...
|this is the site of the new liverpool airport although this picture is fairly old now as theres a bigger terminal building ||03/18/2006||329|
|Liverpool's roman Catholic cathedral, opened 1967.||09/25/2005||320|