Old Trafford in Deep Zoom

Sometimes in life you get opportunities that you just have to take …. and one just came to this old Manchester United supporter … a chance to watch my team play from a corporate box against Arsenal … and I could take my son, Krysh, too!  We only needed a draw to win the Premier League (again) … and a draw is what we got! Like an earlier post, I took lots of photos and patched them together using Microsoft Image Composite Editor.  I love that tool!

Just in case you have never heard of Old Trafford .. it is in Manchester, England … just here:

Map picture


I last went to Old Trafford over 20 years ago … it didn’t look like this then …  this is the East Stand.


Here is the Deep Zoom version : Old Trafford East Stand


Here is the Deep Zoom version : Old Trafford Pre Kick Off


Here is the Deep Zoom version : During the match

The match was 0-0, but that was enough to be presented with the Barclay’s Premier League title for the 3rd consecutive year … that’s 18 in total!


Thank you to everyone who made it such a great day!


(PS : You missed a great day, Tim)


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