The jurors were provided with maps, plans and photographs to enable them to better understand the layout and appearance of the stadium as it was in April 1989. The former Waldsley Bridge railway station was the next point of interest. Heading towards the stadium
the convoy slowed for a moment as the coroner pointed out to the jury the White Horse public house, just north of Hillsborough in Waldsley Bridge, where some fans went on the day of the game. The former Waldsley Bridge railway station was the next point of interest. The coroner told them:
"Obviously it doesn't exist now but that's where (the fans) would have come from." The jury was then shown the area on Halifax Road, where the Liverpool fans' coaches had parked up on the day. It was here they got their first glimpse of the stadium before the coaches pulled into Leppings Lane.
Pathology evidence has continued at the resumed inquests into those who died at Hillsborough.
Tuesday's inquests heard pathology evidence relating to four of the 96 victims of the Hillsborough disaster.
A court has heard that a victim who was taken out of an ambulance because he was thought to have died, could have still been alive.