National Football Museum Archaeologists at old Horton Park Avenue ground

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National Football Museum Archaeologists and BPA fans at old Horton Park Avenue ground

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They were taken this morning whilst the gates were unlocked to allow archaeologists working on behalf of the football museum to look around the old Horton Park Avenue ground.

The photographer asked them what they were looking for and they apparently replied that they were searching for the site of the goalposts and clearing undergrowth from part of the Horton End Terracing.

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The National Football Museum says that artist Neville Gabie is working with the archaeologist on site for an upcoming project entitled ‘Breaking Ground’.

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Goal Line Archaeology! Artist Neville Gabie and archaeologist Jason Wood began our “Ground Breaking” project. Picture courtesy of The National Football Museum.

 

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