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Taylor Field

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A look at Taylor Field's demolition from above

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Demolition of Taylor Field's historic west grandstand

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Taylor Field comes tumbling down

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Take one last look around the Taylor Field site as they prep for demolition

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Mosaic Stadium Demolition - Daily Planet

Taylor Field is a baseball stadium at 1201 East 16th Street in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. The stadium was built in 1939-40 with funding support from the Works Progress Administration and a design by local architect Mitchell Seligman. It was listed on National Register of Historic Places in 2010. The stadium played host until 1955 to minor league baseball teams, including the Pine Bluff Judges. Its grandstand has a capacity of about 1800, with another 600 in the bleachers. The field is 315 feet (96 m) down the foul lines and 390 feet (120 m) to center field.
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