The Angry Corrie 5: Jan-Feb 1992


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THE ANGRY CORRIE
HOUSE 48
17O SANDIFIELD ROAD
GLASGOW G5 ODL

(Incorporating 'PC Hill user')

Jan-Feb 1992 No. 5

Booter-up-in-chief: Dave Hewitt
Back-up copy: Doug Small
Wordstars: Bill Brockie, Bill Cook, Val Hamilton, Dave McFadzean, David McVey, Gordon Smith, James Wilson
Spreadsheet: Shaggy
Pixels: Sarah Juniper, Craig Smillie
Debugging: Jools

Digital version of TAC5 created by: Alun-Peter Fisher

Special thanks to Eastbank Ramblers and Hillwalkers Club for book extract.

No characters or hills in this fanzine bear any relation to characters or hills in real life. Any resemblance between the editor and a cardboard cutout seen recently in The Scotsman is entirely coincidental.

All material copyright The Angry Corrie. The views expressed are those of individual contributors.

Copies of TAC2, 3 & 4 still available, price #1 each inc. p & p. TAC1 sold out. Details of subscriptions on p11.

Outlets: All branches of Tiso and Nevisport, plus:

Glasgow:
Clyde Books, 15 Parnie St
Strathclyde Programme Shop, 136 Renfield St
Survival Shop, 156 Buchanan St
Centrepeace, l43 Stockwell St
Scotia Bar, 114, Stockwell St

Paisley:
Summits, 79 Causeyside St

South- west:
Frasers: 47 Burns Statue Square, Ayr
15/17 Castle St, Stranraer
80 Friars Vennel, Dumfries
64 High St, Hawick
2 Bannatyne St, Lanark

Falkirk:
Challenge Sports, 25 Bank St

Dunfermline:
Summits, 28 Canmore St

Broughty Ferry:
Munros, 29 Gray St

Aberdeen:
Marshalls 186 George St

Up north:
Nancy Smith, Fasgadh, Fersit
The Paper Shop, King St, Kingussie
Clachaig Inn, Glencoe
Kinghouse, Glencoe

Albion's Plain:
Sportspages, Caxton Walk, 94-96 Charing Cross Rd, London

All correspondence will be considered for publication unless specifically stated otherwise.

Any possible new outlets near you? Show them TAC and let us know.

Phone TAC on 041-420-1137


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