It's over 25 years since Chester FC were forced to bid adieu to their Sealand Road home.
Their exit from their home of 84 years came about following a decision to sell the ground and the land on which it stood to construction firm Morrison Shand who would, in turn, sell the land for development.
The decision to leave Sealand Road left the Blues homeless and needing to find a temporary abode in time for the 1990/91 season.
Possible shares with Stoke City, Port Vale, Tranmere Rovers, Stockport County and even Wrexham were all mooted until the Blues finally agreed to move in with Cheshire neighbours Macclesfield Town at their Moss Rose home.
The Blues spent two seasons in Macclesfield but, understandably, struggled with low crowds as Chester fans faced the prospect of an 80-mile round trip for homes games.
A hardy band of Blues fans did make the weekly pilgrimage and the club laid on a number of double-decker buses to help ferry fans to and from the game.
Blues boss Harry McNally did a sterling job in keeping the Blues in the Division Three during their exile and received the Sun Manager of the Year Award for keeping them up in 1992, just months before they were to move into their new Deva Stadium home.
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Pictures from the archive of former Chester City chairman Ray Crofts.