Cathkin Park c 1953 - Third Lanark Football Club (Glasgow,Scotland)
Cathkin Park played a big role in the Scottish football history books as this venue was the 2nd Hampden Park, were the Scottish national team played and many Scottish cup finals were held. In 1903 the Scottish Football Association decided to move over the hill to the present site and create the 3rd Hampden Park. Third Lanarkshire Rifle Volunteers moved in thus creating their 2nd Cathkin Park. The Thirds played there until their forced closure from top grade football in 1967. The model depicts Cathkin Park in the early 1950's just prior to the installation of floodlights, the original barrel roof grandstand and its cottage pavillion in the corner. The model is to a scale of 1:200 and was the main exhibit in a Third Lanark exhibition held in the Scottish Football Museum at Hampden Park, Glasgow.The model measures 1.6m x 1.1m approx and comes with a 6mm toughened glass cover.
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Ibrox Park c1929 (Glasgow Rangers F.C)
2 x 1:300 scaled models available
Base size : 126.5cm x 80cm
Depicting probably Archibald Leitch's finest grandstand. A massive oval shaped ground with a record crowd of over 118,000 for a match v Celtic. The models are still under construction but are available for sale.
Models coming soon:
Celtic Park c1935 (Glasgow Celtic F.C)
Goodison Park c1966 (Everton F.C) - pre 1966 world cup
Anfield c1906(Liverpool F.C) - pre Kop cover
Models are not yet started but are still available to order/purchase