NORTH TEXAS DEAF SENIOR CITIZENS
DALLAS COWBOYS STADIUM TOUR
FEBRUARY 8, 2011
Photographers: Dianna Elledge, Margie Coggins-Peckham and Mack Harris
We first met at tent with Sid Johnson (center with beige jacket). Sid is deaf himself and
works as Tour Guide for deaf people. He will be available whenever called by deaf persons at the stadium.
How big is the stadium?
Walking by the rear entrance
Lots of art work inside the stadium
See temporary bleachers blocking the main entrance
One of many concessions
Some more temporary bleachers blocking view from the concession area to the field
World's largest TV screen costing $40 million while only $35 million to build the whole old Texas Stadium
One of the four seat section was unistalled and left closed.
No seats in four pink areas (boxes)
Jerry Jones' Private Bunker
Inside Jerry Jones' Private Bunker
A group of NTDSC members
Elevated down to the basement (50 feet from the football field and 100 feet from the ground level)
Walking on two-way road for 18-wheel trucks delivering goods
The area where the Green Bay Pakcers entered the football field
Close-up of confetti
Someone forget his lunch???
Cheerleaders' locker room
Football stuff in warehouse
Visitors' (Pittsburgh Steelers) locker room
"Outlet Mall" selling everything at 50% price
Statue of Tom Landry outside the front entrance
After the tour, a trolley brought visitors around the stadium back to the rear entrance where their cars were parked.
NTDSC's official website: ntdsc.org