North Terrace

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Broadhall Way - Structure and Facilities
... The ground's pitch includes four stands – the East Terrace, the North Terrace, the West (Main) Stand, and South Stand ... Opposite to the West Stand is the East Terrace, which is a covered terrace for home supporters ... The terrace has a gable with a clock sitting on its roof above the half-way line, as well as holding a television gantry on its roof ...
Somerset Park - Stands and Terraces - North Terrace
... The North Terrace is an open terrace, for both home and away supporters, with a segregation fence erected in 1980 ... There is currently a hospitality suite standing on the north terrace that opened in 1996 and is currently named the "Ally MacLeod Hospitality Suite sponsored by the Ayrshire Post ", which ...
Glenelg Tram - Recent Developments - 2007 Tram Extension To City West
... on extending the line past Adelaide Oval to North Adelaide ... laying commences on the extension along part of North Terrace ... no problems but 351 and 367 made contact with the median strip on North Terrace rounding the curve from King William Street ...
Pie Floater - Pie-carts
... in the 1880s, there were 13 pie-carts operating in King William Street and North Terrace ... By 1958 this had reduced to two Balfour's pie-cart on North Terrace outside the Adelaide Railway Station, and Cowley's in Victoria Square outside the G.P.O ... Glenelg Tramline was extended from Victoria Square along King William Street and North Terrace past the Adelaide Railway Station, the Balfour's pie-cart was forced to close ...
North Terrace, Adelaide - Picture Gallery
... Monument on the corner of West Terrace Plaque on monument on the corner of West Terrace City Sk8 Park, Adelaide The Hawke Building, part of the UniSA, City West Campus The Yungondi ...

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