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Heritage Places of Adelaide

Adelaide Oval Scoreboard


Park Lands NORTH ADELAIDE


State Heritage Place

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City Archives, 1258ITEM0011[66], circa 1940

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The Adelaide Oval Scoreboard, completed in 1911, is an excellent example of an architect's solution to a potentially mundane commission. Manually operated over four storeys, the Scoreboard incorporated new features including a novel approach to the layout of information which gave unparalleled detail on the progress of cricket matches, only surpassed with the advent of modern electronic scoreboards. (HSA 10/00)

Listing Information

  • Date of Listing: 11 September 1986

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