This gallery follows an earlier selection of photographs on this site [from this link].
The only parts of the ground that remained unchanged in 1986 were the club offices, the Bradford End and the Midland Road terrace as outlined in the plan below. Aside from the new stands, the provision of car parking represented a major development. However this capacity has subsequently been lost as a consequence of developments between 1999-2001 comprising the two-tier Kop, North-West corner and expanded main stand as well as the construction of new offices (now utilised by the One in a Million school).
Other archive images of Valley Parade from these links:
The development of Valley Parade, 1886-1908 – includes a history of the early development of the ground.
Valley Parade of today (photos taken by myself at the Stephen Darby Testimonial July, 2019)
More photos of today’s Valley Parade (photos taken by myself at the Salford City fixture in December, 2019)
Other galleries to follow with links updated from here.
The menu above provides links to other features on this website including my features in the BCAFC programme, book reviews and content about the history of Bradford City AFC.