Note how the stadium seating cantelevors out over the public street. This would certainly save space at Lansdowne Park and add some interest to walking along Bank Street.
Advertisement outside the stadium. Click to enlarge and read the text.
How would Ottawa bureaucrats cope with signs that prohibited stopping on such variable dates, times, and durations?
Around the outfield there were bars. Entrance was off the street. There was a garage door that opened up to permit viewing of the field. A wire mesh kept the balls away from the customers. I do not know if a game ticket was required for these bars, or if the show was free. At the back of the bar, was a raised washroom with a window above the men’s facilities so that patrons never lost sight of their beer, their table, or the game.