The final part of demolishing the Williams Stand at Ashton Gate stadium in Bristol takes place today.
Taking down the 60-year-old stand is part of the £45 million transformation of the stadium, the home of Bristol City FC and Bristol Rugby.
An 11,000 seater stand will take its place.
The demolition crews are at work again at Ashton Gate stadium in Bristol.
This time they're tearing down the Williams' stand in the next phase of rebuilding Bristol City's football ground.
Taking down the 60-year-old stand is part of the £45 million transformation of the stadium.
Once finished, it will become the largest conference and events venue in the South West.
Residents and local businesses have launched a campaign for a new train station at Ashton Gate in Bristol.
Today campaigners stood at the site where they want the station to be placed after the old station was closed in 1964. The Department for Transport has already provided funding to reopen stations at Portishead and Pill in four years time but residents and business leaders say Ashton Gate should be reopened too.
Bristol City have revealed how they expect their new stadium to look once redevelopment work is finished.
Two stands are being completely rebuilt as part of a £45 million pound makeover of Ashton Gate.
It also includes a conference space said to be the biggest in the region.
Bristol City has unveiled artists impressions of how the redeveloped Ashton Gate stadium will look.
Earlier this month they revealed the project is on schedule and should be ready in time for next season.
More images will be on display at a supporter consultation meeting at the stadium next Thursday 4 December.
A Bristol City fan has gained supporters of his own after he was seen watching his team play, for free, from the roof of his garden shed.
Ben Swift's home sits next to the Ashton Gate Stadium. When the club's Wedlock Stand was demolished in July it left him with a clear view of the pitch.
It's earned him the nickname 'East End Shed Man' and has won a league of followers on Twitter.
Work to rebuild Bristol City's Ashton Gate ground into a £45 million super stadium began in earnest today with the demolition of its oldest stand. Watch the below timelapse video on the work:
Demolition has begun at Ashton Gate's Wedlock Stand.
The stand was built 86 years ago. It is part of a £45 million rebuild, and will be the first of three new stands with a 27,000 capacity. it is part of a two year project.
Steve Lansdown has confirmed work on Bristol City's Ashton Gate stadium could begin as early as May. Speaking at the club's Annual Supporters Meeting he said:
Bristol City football club's majority shareholder Steve Lansdown has announced work to redevelop Ashton Gate could begin as early as this summer.
Speaking at the club's Annual Supporters Meeting Mr Lansdown said a section 106 agreement will be signed soon and provided there is no Judicial Review application work could begin as early as May.