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By: Nick Osborne
In this part of our photographic tour of Blundell Park we look at the away end of the ground, The Osmond Stand. The Osmond Stand was built in 1939, shortly before the start of the second world war.
For two seasons in the 1980's the Osmond stand and the Pontoon stand's roles were reversed with Pontoon being used to house away fans. The move was deeply unpopular at the time amongst Pontoonites.
In 1995 the whole of the Osmond Stand was made all-seater to comply with the recommendations of the Taylor report
6 thumbnails of photographs of the Osmond Stand can be seen below. Click on the thumbnail to see the photograph in full size.
Osmond from Osmond Corner
Osmond from Away Entrance
Osmond from Main Stand
Osmond from Smiths
Osmond from Dugouts
Osmond from the Pontoon
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