Lots of Tottenham fans have reacted to a photo of the White Hart Lane station which has been refurbished over the summer (via Pete Haine, the club’s Heritage Ambassador).
The building, which supporters will use to get the underground, has undergone a £100million regeneration since the back end of last season and is reportedly set to be renamed the Tottenham Hotspur station (per the BBC).
Some supporters are hopeful it will be available for use for their first home game against Newcastle on August 25.
And some fans are excited by the prospect of a refurbished rail station which will facilitate their journey to the new ground this season after some of the problems at the Seven Sisters stop reported by the Evening Standard after Spurs’ first game in their new home.
However, others are still concerned the long queues they had to endure previously will still be a problem come the end of August.
Here is just some of the reaction.
— Pete Haine (@Pete2Boogie) July 23, 2019
Looks brilliant let’s hope we get regular trains on matchdays. I hated the treck to Wembley but got used to the tube frequency of service
— Colin Cooper (@ColinJohnCooper) July 23, 2019
Looking forward to queuing out side this again
— Joe (@Joe_DMB) July 24, 2019
Looks nice but still won’t help the fact that we will still be in the street for an hour to get a train.
— SJT (@Steve_1985) July 24, 2019
Wowser. Big progress from when I was last there at the end of May.
— Chris Baker (@CDBaker86) July 23, 2019
— Barry (@Mozyiddo) July 23, 2019
Good show. I need to go there in a couple of weeks.
— Dan (@danthfcuk) July 23, 2019
— tony sutton (@mrtonysutton) July 24, 2019
That was white hart lane station b4 newcastle arrived
— Enlightened1 (@LillyWh48189825) July 23, 2019
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