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Gringo    390

This may be of some use. Montrose is nearest railway station then a bus.

Brechin City

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RiG    2,209

Go to Montrose and either get a taxi (about £20 one way) or get one of the buses that run to Brechin from there.

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Adamskibeats    57
6 hours ago, RiG said:

Go to Montrose and either get a taxi (about £20 one way) or get one of the buses that run to Brechin from there.

Aye the busses are pretty much on the hour and take about 20 minutes to get to Brechin. £4ish return IIRC.

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+ilpadrino    151
On 8/23/2017 at 9:48 PM, Gringo said:

This may be of some use. Montrose is nearest railway station then a bus.

Brechin City

The nearest railway station is Brechin (5 minutes walk away) if you come from Bridge of Dun by the Caledonian Railway.  :tongueincheek:

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Council Juice    383
2 hours ago, Scarlet Pimple said:

Pretty Park-looks well maintained.:ictscarf:

It's a lovely hedge tis true...

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L_G    176

Great away day. Very welcome in the stadium bar and excellent soup and catering. Topped of with a win and a clean sheet. What more could you ask for

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RiG    2,209

The food was excellent at the ground. Decent wee sausage roll at half time. I'm looking forward to reading @TopSix's food review after he had two pies, two sausage rolls, a bag of crisps, a tea and an orange juice yesterday.

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TheMantis    977
8 hours ago, RiG said:

The food was excellent at the ground. Decent wee sausage roll at half time. I'm looking forward to reading @TopSix's food review after he had two pies, two sausage rolls, a bag of crisps, a tea and an orange juice yesterday.

He took a bite out of the hedge as well.

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