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The cycle track, constructed from Trinidad asphalt, was laid in 1898 and removed in the 1960s. The Victoria Pavilion, in the centre background, was designed by F W Burwell, who won a prize for the design. The foundation stone was laid by Governor Sir Gerard Smith on 25 June 1897 and the pavilion was opened by Sir John Forrest on 6 November 1897.