That photo isn't from 1929 I don't think. The Molineux Street stand shown here wasn't built until 1932 from memory. Also the North Bank has the 'new' roof on on it by the looks of it. That was the roof that replaced the old roof more 'cowshed' in appearance and blown down in a gale. The more 'Cowshed' roof is what gave the end that title. In the twenties Molineux only had one end covered, the North Bank. Molineux Street was just a standing area although the Waterloo Road stand went up sometime between 1925 and 1930 IIRC. Much of Molineux shown here would have been when Buckley was setting up the club to be a real power in the 1930's. I think what this picture might be is a blueprint for redevelopment in the thirties.