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Don't see this elsewhere, great day out IMO.

 

The Founders Trail, in association with Rangers Football Club and The Rangers Development Fund, is delighted to launch our Tour programme for 2014 in what is our 5th year.

 

The first Tours of 2014 will be on Sunday 9th March, Saturday 5th April, Sunday 18th May .

 

Join us on a journey of discovery back to 1872 when The Rangers were just the dream of a group of young kids who gathered on Fleshers Haugh. They had no ball, no football kit and used a bush on the green as a changing room.

 

Their Club, which they nurtured, was to become the world?s most successful and it all happened on the streets of Glasgow.

 

Our journey takes us to the area of Fleshers Haugh where The Rangers played their first ever match, we also visit Glassford Street, Union Street, Berkeley Street, Burnbank, Kinning Park, Craigton Cemetery and many other places of interest before finishing off our day with a tour of our magnificent Ibrox Stadium.

 

During our journey we have a 30 minute break at the West of Scotland Cricket Ground in Partick which was the scene of the Rangers first ever Scottish Cup Final in 1877. It gives everyone a chance to unwind, grab a beer or soft drink and a bite to eat at a beautiful and historical setting.

 

Adults : £20

Children (under 16) and Senior Citizens £15.

 

Group discounts are available upon request.

 

To reserve your seat just send an email to :

 

thegallantpioneers@googlemail.com

 

For further information phone : 0790 2855536

 

An insight into our research can be found here on our website.

 

http://www.thegallantpioneers.co.uk/

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All Bears MUST partake of this tour.

 

I participated over two years past, it is an immersion in the warm comfortable waters of all things Rangers.

 

Thirty-five years plus ago, as an undergraduate, I resided in flats in West Princess Street, Gibson Street, and West End Park Street. The tour highlighted I had lived in the stamping ground of our gallant pioneers. Moses McNeill and I threw-up on the same cobbles. Living history.

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