If you are from Chester and under the age of 30, you may not even know there was once a greyhound racing stadium in the city.
But the shopping park which now stands in its place ensures the sport's legacy lives on – if only in a name.
Racing was held twice a week – on a Saturday and Monday – before the track was closed in 1987 to make way for a string of big-name shopping outlets.
Large crowds would flock to the stadium in its heyday, including famous footballers of the time such as Alan Ball and Emlyn Hughes, but it was bulldozed just a few years before the same fate befell the neighbouring football ground.
It was the end of an era for spectator sport in the Sealand Road area, although greyhound racing did continue at nearby Ellesmere Port for a time while a new home for the football club was opened on Bumpers Lane in 1992.
Chronicle reader Ron Triggs recently unearthed some photographs he took of a deserted Chester Greyhound Stadium in January 1987 and shared them with us.
Click through the gallery above to view them.
If you have any memories of greyhound racing in Chester – or pictures you'd like to share – then email the sports desk at email@example.com.