East Terrace for me, towards the back, in line with the halfway line, my regular spot.
I was in my mid-twenties and married by then, so I had graduated from the North Stand as I was officially too old and was now able to view both ends of the pitch from my new position ... much better for viewing Wardy's wizadry!
That pitch was just an average playing surface in those days, there were better ones around the country ... but there were also a lot worse.
Youngsters today probably find it hard to believe good football was played on surfaces like that, but it was.
I often look at today's pitches and wonder just how good Wardy would have been on them in his prime.
Unplayable springs to mind .....