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Home of the Philadelphia Athletics and the Phillies, created by A’s owner, Ben Shibe and Connie Mack back in 1908, is now only a memory. More than 30 years have passed since that last Major League ball game was played there. A great piece of the stadium, filled with history, now available as a constant reminder of baseball’s great moments, made possible by this, one of the nation’s great ballparks of the modern era. Turnstile, beautifully painted with Philadelphia Phillies colors (red & white) used to stand at the entrance to the stadium. 38” tall and 41” across from the ends of the arms, this turnstile has seen countless Philadelphia fans pass through its arms. Pedal at foot level allows you to release the break, allowing free rotation. In full working condition. Re-painted after it was removed from the stadium. EX.
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