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Pictures: Three stands demolished at West Ham’s former Upton Park stadium

PUBLISHED: 16:08 21 March 2017 | UPDATED: 16:09 21 March 2017

Rubble and machinery where the pitch used to be

Rubble and machinery where the pitch used to be

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From the front, West Ham’s former Upton Park home still looks like the stadium thousands of fans flocked to every week – bar the scaffolding and signs, of course.

Diggers at work in Upton ParkDiggers at work in Upton Park

But behind the Green Street facade, the 112-year-old Boleyn Ground’s demolition is well underway.

The West Stand is all that remains, with the other three sides now reduced to rubble - as these latest pictures show.

The West Stand is the only one to remainThe West Stand is the only one to remain

Most of the ground has been demolishedMost of the ground has been demolished

A builder at workA builder at work


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