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Mystery Track 1964
By Peter Colvin

I'm seeking help to identify the track in this Alf Weedon photograph from 1964.

If my research is correct, I think that it can only be from Newcastle, Wolverhampton, Poole or Hackney.

Can anyone advise?

Contact Peter via email peter.colvin1@btopenworld.com

 

This article was first published on 13th May 2012


 

  • David Pickles:

    "Looks to me like it could be Hackney. The banking on the 3rd/4th bends was open to spectators in 1964 up to around the late 60's as I remember. Could be wrong, but would bet the house on it being the Wick."

  • George Sandow:

    "Looks a lot like the third bend at Hackney."

  • Andy Shepprd:

    "I don't think it is any of them. It certainly isn't Poole. The banking or fence isn't familiar with any you have suggested."

  • Brian:

    "As I lived half a mile from the stadium I can say it's not Poole. The banking is not right."

  • John Owen:

    "Hackney without doubt."

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