Field of Broken Dreams: What Campbell’s Field Looks Like Now

Campbell's Field in New Jersey, the onetime home of independent league baseball's Camden Riversharks, now sits in a heap of twisted steel and broken brick and concrete after being demolished.

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Campbell's Field once boasted a breathtaking view of the Philadelphia skyline and the Benjamin Franklin Bridge connecting Camden with Philly. Now it sits in a heap of twisted steel and broken brick and concrete after being demolished.
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Campbell's Field once boasted a breathtaking view of the Philadelphia skyline and the Benjamin Franklin Bridge connecting Camden with Philly. Now it sits in a heap of twisted steel and broken brick and concrete after being demolished.
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In this Thursday, April 20, 2017 photo, Stockton University and Rutgers University–Camden baseball teams play a game at the Campbell's Field in Camden, N.J. The baseball stadium that was hailed as a sign of the bright future of the waterfront in the poverty-stricken city of Camden sat mostly empty between 2015 and 2018, but hundreds of millions in redevelopment projects are rising up around it.
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Campbell's Field in its heyday.
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