Well the final curtain has been drawn on Lansdowne Road as an international rugby venue for now and now it's on to Croke Park for the next few years, or a decade as the case may prove to be. So what have your abiding memories of the oldest venue in world rugby. You don't have to be Irish to appreciate the many great occasions that have happened at this stadium. Remeber it was at Lansdowne Road where England finally won the grand slam under Woodward, it was Lansdowne Road where Richie McCaw was unleashed on the international rugby scene, where arguably one of the greatest games of club rugby was played in 2004, when Wasps beat Munster and where Ulster and Toulouse both claimed the Heineken Cup. There's plenty of Irish memories which I'm sure many of you will wish to share as well. It may have been a crumbling wreck, where took your life in your hands if you needed to take a **** but for sheer atmosphere it's second to none. You can only hope that the new Lansdowne will improve upon itself as the Millennium Stadium has on the Arms Park.