Gayfield Park, Arbroath

A few photos of Gayfield Park, home of Arbroath FC, from last Saturday.

This is the view of the ground from near Arbroath War Memorial.

Gayfield from Arbroath War Memorial

The next was taken from an excellent vantage point to see that Mark Gilhaney’s shot last Saturday did cross the line after bouncing down from the bar. It also shows the north covered terracing.

Gayfield, Covered Terracing behind north goal

These next two remind me so much of Boghead.

Gayfield, South Covered Terracing from west

Gayfield, Main Stand from south

All that’s missing is the pie-stall set into the side of the stand (but that went when they replaced the old pavilion at Boghead.)

And, yes, Gayfield is only five metres from the high-tide line.

Gayfield, By the Sea-side

Some more photos of Gayfield are on my flickr.

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