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Ye Olde Footballe

Addulamite sends me this picture of Boghead hosting a Scottish Cup Quarter Final, Dumbarton v Queens Park in 1883. He asks if I have seen it.

Seen it? I think I was at the match!



5 Responses

  1. Boghead had not changed much when I was last there, apart from the er, stand!

  2. Is that the Auld Yin I see? Still auld. (PS: Did the kiosk sell Chipmunk crisps?)

  3. I sent you this years ago, and you blogged it ! Try and keep up everybody !
    Single from St Albans to Cowdenbeath £54.50. Worth it, not often you get to see “The Great Escape” weeks after Easter.

  4. Some interesting Boghead pics (among others) here:


    and in post #42 here:


    The days when red blaise was maintained (probably at the expense of the ozone layer), rather than let to to grass…

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