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      My model of new Anfield-Road-Stand

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      Anfield-Fan99
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      Re: My model of new Anfield-Road-Stand
      Reply #50: Jul 23, 2020 09:58:57 pm
      Last Stop: Anfield Road.
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      Re: My model of new Anfield-Road-Stand
      Reply #52: Nov 23, 2020 09:35:28 pm


      My model of new Anfield Road Stand is now finished.
      It was my intention to design a grandstand that is related to the club and its history. A grandstand with character to match Anfield. I think if one builds a new Anfield Road stand it isn´t possible to avoid the subject of Hillsborough.
      The announced 3 special features are the integrated replica of the Hillsborough accident grandstand, the facade in the form of a hill rising from Stanley Park and of course Anfield Road which leads as Anfield Road Bridge over the roof of the grandstand. Either as a symbolically painted road, as a pedestrian bridge or as a real car bridge. At the highest point of the hill facade is a large Anfield Road street sign, which is also a walk-on viewing platform. The sign should be both a street sign and a name sign for the entire stadium. A chapel, the Anfield Chapel, would be integrated into the grandstand, which can be accessed from the outside at the foot of the hill and which ends at the other end at the grandstand tunnel. It should enable visitors to take a look at the stadium 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The Anfield Road Stand would be renamed the Hillsborough Stand after the model. The name is depicted with roses on the hillside.

      Capacity: 15.676 seats

      - Upper Tier: 9.514
      - Middle Tier: 3.972
      - Lower Tier: 2.190

      If you like, comment the individual elements of the model or rate them on a scale of 1-10:

      Main elements
      - Integrated Replica of Hillsboroughs “Leppings Lane End”
      - Hill-facade
      - Anfield Road as a bridge over the roof

      Secondary elements
      - Renamed Hillsborough Stand
      - Big Anfield Road sign on the roof
      - Anfield Chapel in the stand

      Detail elements
      - Lettering "In Memory of 96 Fellow Reds"
      - Two torches on the middle tier
      - Hillsborough part with grey seats instead of red ones
      - Red seats in the old dark red
      - Stairs in retro yellow
      - Lettering design You´ll never walk alone
      - Angular-round contour of the grandstand with 20 little corners
      - Round line of the grandstand entrances
      - Round shaped roof
      - Hillsborough lettering with roses on the mountain
      - The staircase leading to the entrance of the chapel, recreating the steps of the Hillsborough disaster block

      I built the whole Anfield as a model, when I was at Anfield for the first time on a stadium tour in 1999, 10 years after Hillsborough.
      « Last Edit: Nov 23, 2020 09:57:56 pm by Anfield-Fan99 »
      David Wright
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      Re: My model of new Anfield-Road-Stand
      Reply #53: Nov 23, 2020 11:13:52 pm
      It looks simply fantastic, very well done !
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      Re: My model of new Anfield-Road-Stand
      Reply #54: Nov 23, 2020 11:22:24 pm
      I take it there would be safety barriers on the grass top if people were to walk on top of the stand..?
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      Reply #55: Nov 24, 2020 07:30:53 pm
      I take it there would be safety barriers on the grass top if people were to walk on top of the stand..?

      yes there should be a grid like on conventional bridges. There could also be trees there, or 96 torches as street lamps. one consideration was to write the entire lyrics of you'll never walk alone on the street. In any case, it would be a stand you can walk on, walk on...

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      Re: My model of new Anfield-Road-Stand
      Reply #56: Nov 24, 2020 07:36:11 pm
      yes there should be a grid like on conventional bridges. There could also be trees there, or 96 torches as street lamps. one consideration was to write the entire lyrics of you'll never walk alone on the street. In any case, it would be a stand you can walk on, walk on...



      A reflection garden would be a lovely touch ..
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      Re: My model of new Anfield-Road-Stand
      Reply #57: Dec 06, 2020 02:48:33 pm
      Loving the work. I especially like the road going over the top although there might be a few traffic jams on match days as folk stop to watch.  ;D
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      Re: My model of new Anfield-Road-Stand
      Reply #58: Mar 08, 2021 10:26:50 am
      I know who we need to call next time Anfield gets expanded. ;)

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