- Tyne Tees
Newcastle United fans will be able to step back in time next season.
The famous old gates, which used to stand at St James' Park, are to be restored and returned to the Magpies home. The gates were originally removed when the ground was first redeveloped in the 1990s.
They have been stored on farmland owned by former Newcastle Chairman, Sir John Hall.
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