Peterborough United's Moy's End terrace demolished

Demolished Moy's End stand at Peterborough United The demolition of the Moy's End stand started on 3 December
Artist's impression of new London Road stadium, Peterborough Peterborough City Council plans to create an education centre at Moy's End
The demolished Moy's End stand at Peterborough United Peterborough still has one standing terrace, at the opposite side of the pitch to Moy's End

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One of the few remaining standing terraces in English professional football has been demolished.

Peterborough United's Moy's End has been knocked down to make way for a new 2,560-seat stand, which should be completed by October 2014.

The £9.5m project will also see an education and skills centre built within the stand.

It is the first stage of work to make the London Road stadium all-seater, raising capacity from 14,000 to 19,000.

All-seater stadiums have been compulsory in the Premier League since 1994, following Lord Justice Taylor's report after the Hillsborough disaster.

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