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1 hour ago, Inverurie Ram said:

We have our own dcfc supporting actor Robert Lindsay and six degrees north owner Robert Lindsay.

I'm looking forward to his Stonehaven Midsummer Beer Festival next weekend. http://midsummerbeerhappening.co.uk/

 

And fish n chips from the Bay, I trust ? Some lovely BBG memories in the vid.

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9 hours ago, danmartinking said:

Hotel booked! Next stop tickets. Any ideas on allocation I reckon 5k or so.... first time in Glasgow so looking forward to finding where everyone is drinking beforehand 

Can’t go wrong up sauchiehall street mate.

Or if you fancy Rangers boozers with a cracking atmosphere go to the louden,blue star club,orange halls, grapes the union bar wee rangers club  or NN10.

Personally I’d go to the louden good tunes and a cracker of a beer garden 2 mins from the ground.

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Jeez, let’s have a guess on a roadrider ticket to Glasgow.  Wembley was £37 wasn’t it?

I’ll go £60 return

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Brighton away in the cup was £35 so I wouldn’t expect the cost to double for Glasgow.

Pride Park to Amex Brighton 190 miles

Pride Park to Wembley 123 miles

67 miles further, and assuming the added cost for Wembley was parking?

Pride Park to Ibrox is 287 miles

97 miles longer than a trip to Brighton, but we’ve already seen 67 extra miles doesn’t cost more.

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19 minutes ago, David said:

Brighton away in the cup was £35 so I wouldn’t expect the cost to double for Glasgow.

Pride Park to Amex Brighton 190 miles

Pride Park to Wembley 123 miles

67 miles further, and assuming the added cost for Wembley was parking?

Pride Park to Ibrox is 287 miles

97 miles longer than a trip to Brighton, but we’ve already seen 67 extra miles doesn’t cost more.

You forgot your answer after showing all your working out.

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5 minutes ago, Boycie said:

You forgot your answer after showing all your working out.

Maybe £40 tops, which is still a lot cheaper than the train. Not sure I would fancy a return coach trip to Glasgow in a day though.

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14 minutes ago, Boycie said:

You forgot your answer after showing all your working out.

These are just rough estimates..

A bus doing long distance = 10mpg

Cost per gallon = £5.85

Distance = 287 x 2 = 574m

Number of passengers = 52

Cost of Driver for a day = £500

Cost of coach hire = £500

There for 574/10 = 57.4 gals

57.4 x £5.85 = £335.8

£335.8 + £500 + £500 = £1335.8

£1335.8/52 = £25.68 per person

Edited by Gritters
I think.

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5 hours ago, Millenniumram said:

Christ I was taking the piss about the roadrider... train takes 5 hours nevermind a bleeding coach😂

Well roadrider was not to bad going we were on first coach 8am we got there at about 11:20am at wrembly.

To glasscow he thinks it will take about 6 hours to there.

I think roadriders be gone about 7am in the morning.

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5 hours ago, Millenniumram said:

Typical isn’t it... most the train journey for us it trying to get to ducking Crewe!

Get the train from Stockport. Day return for two adults is £80.

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1 minute ago, 1of4 said:

Get the train from Stockport. Day return for two adults is £80.

Yeah I saw that, probably be what I’ll do if I go... may just watch ramstv tho not gonna lie😂

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