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148 Years Ago This Week. The Birth of the Rangers.

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52 minutes ago, compo said:

Excellent reading 

Brings back warm memories, surely you attended?

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5 minutes ago, 26th of foot said:

Brings back warm memories, surely you attended?

No I missed the horse and carriage that day , but I did quite a bit of rowing at Fleshers Haugh 🚣‍♂️

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2 hours ago, compo said:

Excellent reading 

As always Ian does a great job,along with his colleagues.

 

Have done the tour,which at the times was hampered by road closures,so intend to do it again and hopefully tow my younger brother along.

 

Therefore the ending of the virus restrictions is awaited:yesrfc:

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If you stay near enough try and go on the Founders Trail tour it is a great day out,better than just reading.

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just think if we hadn't been founded we might all be celtic fans today 🙄

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