The provided plans draw a comparison on how the public park called “Grange Park” looked like in its opening year (1920) and its appearance nowadays. Overall, this recreation area has undergone significant changes during the period in question.
To begin with, the fountain that was built in the center of the park has been taken off and replaced by a rose garden surrounded by seats. In the past there were three installments of rose grounds, from which only the one situated in the left-hand upper side remained untaken. The park contains also a special facility for musicians. In the recent plan, on the left side it is seen an amphitheater for concerts that has taken the place of the stage.
Significant modifications have been made to the far right part of the park, too. Namely, in the place of pond for water plants we can notice a children’s play area and the water feature on the opposite side that replaced the glasshouse once built there. Under the water feature there has been added an underground car parking.
It is noteworthy to mention that the park entrances are still in the same areas as they were in 1920; The visitors can enter the ground either from the Arnold avenue or from the opposite side through Eldon street. If entered via the former side, one can see a café on the left that has taken the place of one of the aforementioned rose gardens.