Brilliant pictures there Kev,I love
the National even though I'm not a fan of horse racing it's special.Clare Balding once said that Aintree is the biggest racecourse in the World.
Wow, camera phones
are getting pretty good these days! Nice photos... never been there myself, although my brother has a knack of managing to talk his way into the jockey and
members enclosures wherever he goes to watch the racing... don't know how he does it...
Liverpool FC, Everton FC, Wigan Athletic FC and...... Prescot Cables FC.
My camera phone pics always come out crap.
I've only kept some Camera Phone pics so I know where to go when I want to take new pics of places.
Thats one of mine.
Hale Is a godlike place though so when I use my Sony H2 the pics will be godlike this time.
My Camera Phone Is a Sony Ericcson K70i.
Gididi Gididi Goo.
The Ashley Travel Stadium, Skelmersdale - home of unibond League side Skemersdale united.
Equestrian centre officially open
Clare Balding unveiled a commemorative plaque
The new £4.6m Aintree International Equestrian Centre has been officially opened in Merseyside by BBC sports presenter Clare Balding.
She unveiled a commemorative plaque to mark the opening.
Aintree features a main arena - suitable for hosting equestrian competitions - as well as a collecting ring, offices and lecture rooms.
Up to 4,000 spectators can be accommodated for events in the centre, which was completed in April.
The Northwest Regional Development Agency (NWDA) and the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) helped to fund the centre which is located in the grounds of Aintree Racecourse.
Steven Broomhead, Chief Executive of the NWDA, said: "Aintree Racecourse is one of the North West's major tourism assets, attracting 200,000 visitors to the region every year.
"The new International Equestrian Centre is an exciting addition to this venue, as there is nothing else like it in the region.
"The Agency's investment means that this facility is capable of attracting international events to the Northwest, making a significant contribution to the regional economy."
some shots from the museum/tour centre at Liverpool FC
Nice pics Ste. Never seen Craig Johnston looking that way out.
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Kirklands in Rock Ferry, home of Cammell Laird FC of the Unibond League