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There she goes


Filed: Thursday, 13th October 2016
By: Staff Writer


The demolition of West Ham United's former home is under way.

As you can see from the images below, heavy machinery has been installed on the site of ther Boleyn Ground as the project to raze the club's famous old home to the ground commences.



Work on dismantling the Boleyn Ground, West Ham United's home since 1904 is expected to take several weeks.


Rickmansworth-based firm Rye Plant Hire, who are leading the project, have previously been responsible for demolition work involving the former St Andrew's Hospital in Bromley-by-Bow and Princess Mary Hospital at RAF Halton in Wendover.








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