Walthamstow

Low Hall Sports Ground Track

Low Hall Sports Ground
South Access Road
LONDON

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Type: Cinder (no longer exists - grassed over), 559y, 4 lanes, 4 lane straight

Authority: Waltham Forest
Ceremonial County: Greater London

NUTS Name: London (LH)

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OS National Grid Reference: TQ 360880
National Grid Reference: 536000, 188000

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OS Pathfinder Map: 1159

Train: St. James Street NR, Blackhorse Road LU

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This former cinder track has been completely grassed over and surrounds football pitches which are known locally as the Arena pitches. It was the unusual oversized length of 559y but was only about 4 metres wide and so had no more than 4 lanes. The straights appear to have been of normal length so the extra length came in the bends. The track was occasionally used for training by Walthamstow AC until at least the 1970s but had poor field-event facilities. As of Mar 2001, the course of the track is still clearly evident from changes in the grass texture. Two runways and one pit still with a board are also visible inside what was probably the first bend.

Last update: 10/03/2001

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