HUDDERSFIELD Rugby Club's Lockwood Park ground has been recreated in miniature.
A scaled-down replica of the ground has been unveiled in its revamped entrance hall along with an exhibition about the rich history of Lockwood.
The entrance features five historical montages about the team, the ground, the former Bentley brewery which once occupied the site, Lockwood Viaduct and now the remarkable miniature.
Model-maker Paul Brown, whose wife Carolyn runs the nearby Shoulder of Mutton pub, spent four months pain- stakingly constructing the incredible 8ft by 3ft replica from wood and resin.
Martin Noble, a club member who paid for the amazingly life-like model, presented it.
The entrance's walls are now painted in the club's claret and white colours.
Huddersfield Examiner articles from December 1866, detailing the rugby club's first game, hang on them.
The club moved from Waterloo to Lockwood in 1997 after Bass knocked down large sections of the brewery.
Keith Baggs des- igned the murals, while his company, AC Framing, generously donated the finished product.
Vice-chairman Alan Ibberson said the finished foyer was the culmination of seven years work.
He said: "This entrance was very, very clinical. It had white walls and there was nothing here.
"We now have this magnificent entrance, this unique exhibition reflecting our heritage."
Examiner editor Roy Wright was invited to officially open the foyer.