The Jungle got all the acclaim but at the old Celtic Park the Celtic End of the ground was a magical place to watch football from.
And it witnessed some amazing times. Some supporters on the Huddleboard have been reminiscing about this famous old terracing and it’s got The Shamrock bhoys a bit misty-eyed as well . . .
An overhead view from 1981 with the city in the background.
A jam-packed Celtic End viewed from the Jungle early 1990s
The Celtic End explodes in celebration
View from the Celtic End in 1900
1894 – one of the earliest pics of the second Celtic Park. The Celtic End is to the left of the famous Pavilion.
1957 – when the roof first went on the Celtic End
One for the Celtic End afficionados – the old toilets underneath!
The back end of the Celtic End – turnstiles at Janefield Street
The Celtic End and a view from Janefield Street
The corner and entrance nearest the Main Stand
Looking into the Jungle from the old Celtic End
The view of the Celtic End from Kerrydale Street in 1968
View of the Celtic End in a game against Dundee Utd in the 1980s
Early doors in the Celtic End . . .
View from the Jungle, deserted. . .
Bursting at the seams for Centenary title game v Dundee
You’ll Never Walk Alone
And the Celtic End today . . .
. . . home to the Jock Stein Stand