Send us your stories from the legendary punk ice house - if you remember... Pik N Pak on FacebookNext weekend, Pik N Pak rides again. For those of you, like us, who are too young to have actually gone there, Pic-N-Pak was a Montrose ice house that used to be across Waugh from Rudyard's. From ... More >>
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