Now on GoS, instalment 78 of the development story. 85 photos at the end of a very wet and windy week, thanks to Bob and his long suffering (weather-wise) camera.
Greens on Screen
greenking83 wrote: Another cracking set of photos!
Question though... if the seat installers have to cover the padded seats to protect from the rain, does that mean they will always be covered outside of match day?
If not, then i wouldnt be overly confident that they will last long!!
Heathrow Green wrote: I suspect that it’s more to do with the seat padding. If that gets wet then it will not dry out. Who wants to sit on a wet padded seat?
On a normal seat you can tip it up, use your hand to remove any further excess.
If your padded seat gets wet, while you can get the water off the outside, if the water has seeped through there is not a lot you can do about it. Have you ever tried to wring foam out to get it to dry, it basically does not work.
So yep, those seats are always going to need to be covered.
loyal1970 wrote: very good as usual, is it me or does the concourse in the grandstand look a bit narrow.
greenking83 wrote: So that begs the question, why put padded seats which must be covered into a fairly exposed area?