Terracing and barriers are still visible at Cathkin Park, former home of Third Lanark

44 pictures showing Scotland's lost and forgotten football grounds

A look at 13 lost Scottish football grounds, from Annfield to Shawfield, told through archive pictures

Some have been replaced by housing developments, others by supermarkets - but some linger on, reclaimed by nature or left to the elements. Crumbling terraces, rusting barriers or a solitary turnstile are all that remain in some cases. From Rutherglen to Falkirk via Edinburgh and Hamilton, here are 13 of Scotland's lost football stadiums

Dumbarton had played there since 1879, sharing the first Scottish League Championship with Rangers before becoming outright champions the next season

5. Boghead, former home of Dumbarton

Dumbarton had played there since 1879, sharing the first Scottish League Championship with Rangers before becoming outright champions the next season
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When it closed in 2000, Boghead was the oldest stadium in Scotland in continuous use.

6. Boghead Park, former home of Dumbarton

When it closed in 2000, Boghead was the oldest stadium in Scotland in continuous use.
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A record crowd of 18,001 took in a Scottish Cup tie against Raith Rovers in 1957 but the ground had fallen into disrepair by the time Dumbarton moved in 2000

7. Boghead Park, former home of Dumbarton

A record crowd of 18,001 took in a Scottish Cup tie against Raith Rovers in 1957 but the ground had fallen into disrepair by the time Dumbarton moved in 2000
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Boghead appeared in the film A Shot At Glory as the home of fictional Kilnockie FC. Somewhat ironically, the film crew had to make improvements to the ground for filming

8. Boghead Park, former home of Dumbarton

Boghead appeared in the film A Shot At Glory as the home of fictional Kilnockie FC. Somewhat ironically, the film crew had to make improvements to the ground for filming
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