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Second Ballpark
brick field ballpark
About this creation
I originaly had a soccer stadium that i built myself (no set). However as I grew into more of a baseball fan, i decided to convert it into a ballpark. My first ballpark was ok at best, with proportion all out of wack and no too grand of an exterior. However, my second run at a ballpark turned out a masterpiece, that after a couple major/minor adjustments left me with a pretty pleasing result. For any ballpark fans, my main inspiration for the park was old Shibe Park in Philly. This is mainly shown in the exterior with the facade and the tower. The inside of the ballpark is pretty generic with the outfield, beyond the fences, containing a few more seats and a small building And the bleachers atop a building beyond right field are a shadow of the the Wrigely bleachers.

(These are old pictures in the brickshelf gallery, there is a new stadium with pictures coming soon!)



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   concession



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   exterior



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   press box



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   arial



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   layout from above



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   from a distance



Comments

 I like it 
  June 11, 2009
Nice stadium. I like the outfield bleachers.
 I like it 
  October 9, 2008
It is almost an exact replica of Shibe Park. Nice Job.
 I like it 
  March 21, 2007
I like stadiums...but I prefer soccer stadiums.
 
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