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  1. The things we do for luck

    What do you cup on matchdays?
  2. No info on the signs other than 'Tow Away Zone - No Parking' and a telephone number Dolls. Apologies for the shite image.
  3. This isn't a road closure. These are tow-away zones on Raynes Road, Geralad Road, Banwell Road etc.
  4. The roads surrounding AG have (in the last hour) been made 'Tow Away' zones. I'm therefore guessing that the normal removal of cones which was unenforceable will now result in fines/car removal. Looks like BCC want their piece of the Man Utd cash pie.
  5. Kieran Dowell

    Fantastic player.
  6. Not sure, I guess Marsh Road could be open to give access to Bower Ashton Terrace. I'll take a look tomorrow unless someone else passes before and updates......
  7. Ashton Road will be closed from 17.30 until 23.00 on Wednesday. I assume it's until 23.00 just in case M Utd manage to take us to penalties before losing to the mighty City. From the signs I have seen it looks like the closure will only be from the junction with Duckmoor Road to Winterstoke Road.
  8. Matchday parking

    @RedM The council do not put out any cones - they are put out by ETM and all the roads surrounding the ground were conned by 8.30 this morning as you say. Roads further away I cannot say if they are 'legit' cones or from residents. However (and I gave out this information last season) regardless of whose cones they are they are 'advisory' only so can be moved by anyone (as happens every game without anyone being ticketed for doing so).
  9. Guess what?

    TG Baker (Sound) Ltd worked on the system during the rebuild and they have been back on site testing most of today. Heard it with my own ears and saw their van with my own eyes.
  10. Matchday parking

    Because it's the law and as a driving license holder you should know?
  11. Senior Reds today

    I like the way you gently put your @BigTone correct. You'd make a great SLO Dolls.
  12. How Much Would You Sell For?

    Are adults likely to get through the turnstiles with a kids ticket?
  13. City players at school

    Played against Paul Mardon who of course played for City, Brum and WBA amongst others. He was at Parson St when I was at Ashton Gate primary. Also played for Hanham alongside Steve Yates (Gas and QPR). Ian Willmott (Gas) was a couple of years above as Ashton Park school.
  14. Metro at Ashton Vale

    I read it as maybe, one day but not for quite a while......
  15. Metro at Ashton Vale

    Ashton Gate Station Bristol City Council commissioned a study to investigate the likely costs, benefits and operational feasibility of a new station near Ashton Gate stadium. The former Ashton Gate station was served by the Bristol to Portishead rail line, which closed to passengers in 1964. The Greater Bristol councils are developing the £60million MetroWest rail project, Phase 1 of which includes the reopening of the Portishead rail line to passenger services. Our studies have shown that it is not feasible to build a new Ashton Gate station as part of Phase 1. A new station at Ashton Gate remains within the MetroWest new stations package. The West of England Joint Transport Board has stated that implementing MetroWest Phase 1 will not rule out options for an Ashton Gate station. Network Rail has also confirmed that the scheme will be future-proofed to enable a new station to be developed when the funding and business case allow.
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