Glebe Park

Glebe Park, Brechin City F.C. Capacity 4,083.
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Glebe Park, Brechin City F.C. Archival Giclée print with a pearl finish, unframed.

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Glebe Park, Brechin City F.C. Capacity 4,083.

Glebe Park opened in 1919. It is unusual in that the largest stand is situated behind one of the goals, as a result of the ‘famous’ hedge which runs most of the length of the pitch.

Keith Smith’s portfolio includes some of Scotland’s best known and lesser known league football grounds.

Intrigued by the idea of grounds as buildings and structures, as opposed to somewhere full of people, Smith set out to photograph every ground in the Scottish football league.

The photographs capture the eerie beauty and rawness of the architecture of the historical grounds. Still and silent without a fan in sight.

A Norwich City fan, Smith moved from Norwich to Aberdeenshire in 2001.

Lower Block is privileged to offer a a selection of Keith’s photographs as quality prints.

Photographs come as Archival Giclée prints with a pearl finish as standard, guaranteeing quality reproduction, at a range of sizes. All prints come unframed as standard.

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