The entrance in question was the ostentatious gateway to Tynecastle’s Gorgie Road end with its distinctive ‘Western-style’ font. “Heart of Midlothian Football Club Ltd” it once read, before it was changed to “Plc” to reflect a new era.
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Now there’s a rather dull “Gorgie Road stand” notice pinned to the wall when once it was guaranteed Hearts fans could witness a bit of flair every fortnight whatever happened on the pitch.