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Station Road - Swinton Rugby League

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Filename: Station Road - Swinton RLC JKM.jpg

Size: 3000 x 1958 (1.6MB)

Date: 22nd August 2023

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Station Road - Swinton Rugby League

Station Road was a stadium in Pendlebury, near Manchester, England. It was the home of Swinton Rugby League Club between 1929 and 1992 and was widely recognised as one of the finest grounds in the Rugby League.
Swinton moved to Station Road when they were at their peak, having won all four major trophies ("All Four Cups") the previous season, one of only three clubs (the others being Hunslet and Huddersfield) ever to do so. The decision to purchase the land, which stood alongside the railway line and Swinton railway station, was made after a breakdown in negotiations with their existing landlord at their Chorley Road ground, their home since 1887

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This print captures the historic Station Road, once home to the legendary Swinton Rugby League Club. Nestled in Pendlebury, near Manchester, England, this iconic stadium stood proudly from 1929 to 1992. Renowned as one of the most magnificent grounds in Rugby League history, Station Road witnessed countless moments of triumph and glory. Swinton's move to Station Road came at a time when they were riding high on their previous season's success – having clinched all four major trophies known as "All Four Cups". This remarkable feat placed them alongside only two other clubs in rugby league history: Hunslet and Huddersfield. The decision to acquire this land was born out of failed negotiations with their former landlord at Chorley Road ground, which had been their cherished home since 1887. Situated adjacent to the railway line and Swinton railway station, Station Road held an undeniable charm that resonated with fans and players alike. Its rich heritage is now immortalized through this stunning art piece that pays homage to its grandeur. As you gaze upon this photo print, let your imagination transport you back in time – feel the electric atmosphere pulsating through every blade of grass and hear the roar of passionate supporters echoing throughout these hallowed grounds. Relish in the legacy left behind by Swinton Rugby League Club at Station Road – a testament to their unwavering dedication and indomitable spirit.

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