Tottenham hang a welcome home banner outside the corporate entrance on the West Stand, as the 1990 World Cup heroes return from Italia '90.
Fashion on Park Lane
Two female supporters pose for a photo outside the old ticket office behind the South Stand.
The old North Stand in 1990.
Half Moon over the Old South Stand
The Park Lane end before renovation. Norwich were the visitors and Lineker netted a hattrick in a 4-0 win.
The Old East Stand: The Shelf
The East Stand before seats were installed. The middle and bottom sections of the huge East Stand were terraces in 1990.
The Best View?
Fans find a view from behind the old South Stand.
The West Stand
Tottenham's giant West Stand, built in 1982, dwarfed the old South and North stands, and remained almost unchanged up until it's demolition in 2017.
The Old South Turnstiles
The old South Stand on Park Lane with its famous curve. This stand was notorious as an easy free entrance for latecomers!
The Old East
Originally built in the 30's, this double-decker structure had a lower section of two tiers, which could stand 18000 fans. The upper section had 5000 seats, and the middle tier became known as "the shelf".
Spurs Supporters Club
In the listed building that will still stand, albeit in the shadow of the giant new stadium, the Spurs supporters club used to be housed. On the front door an angry supporter complains about the new ticket prices in 1991.
Last Day of the Shelf
in 1994 Spurs completed the seating project, and made their stadium an all-seater, by replacing the famous Shelf terraces with seats.
The New North Stand
North stand meets East, shortly after renovation of the North was complete in 1994.