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SUNDERLAND - Boldon Stadium

Home of Sunderland Speedway (1964, 1971-1974)

Pictures courtesy of Colin Poole

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Pictures courtesy of Bob Ferry

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This article was first published on 28th October 2005


 

  • Nobby:

    "What an absolute crying shame to see a stadium like the Boldon Stadium, Sunderland hosting only greyhound racing. What a fantastic venue it would seem to make for a successful speedway team. There are teams running today that would love to get a chance to call a stadium like this their home track."

  • David Horner:

    "Great photos, When were they taken and does the stadium still exist?"

  • Bob Ferry:

    "Boldon Stadium certainly does still hold greyhound racing. It's all been revamped, and is one of the best stadiums of it's kind in the North East."

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