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Liverpool fans are preparing to embark on a unique three-day trip which will see them take in the hometowns of three of the club's greatest figures.
Organiser Peter Etherington will join around a dozen other members of the website Onthekop.com, as they tour the memorials dedicated to Bill Shankly, Bob Paisley and Billy Liddell.
The group will begin their journey north on Friday, June 21 - and their first stop will be Hetton, in County Durham, the birthplace of the Reds' most successful manager Paisley.
Bob's life is commemorated there with a special plaque in the town's park.
The memorial was created following a campaign led by members of Onthekop.com, who helped set up an appeal fund.
Peter explained: "Hetton is always a special one because of the campaign and the way Paisley is remembered there.
"We have good links with the town council and every time Liverpool travel up to play Sunderland they put on a spread and give us an official welcome.
"People there are proud of what Paisley achieved and the attention that he brings to their town."
The following day, the group will head over the Scottish border and to Townhill in Fife, where legendary Liverpool winger Liddell was born.
For Liverpudlians of a certain generation, Liddell remains the greatest player ever to pull on a red jersey. Supporters even renamed the club in his honour by coining the nickname 'Liddellpool'.
At Townhill, the Kopites will visit Liddell's memorial before heading further north to the mining town of Glenbuck, in Ayrshire, and its stone and marble monument to the great Shankly.
Shanks was born 100 years ago in September - and so Peter insists their visit will be a fitting tribute.
He explained: "It is always a big thing to go there and even more so with it being an anniversary year.
"It is very much out in the middle of nowhere. There is a house nearby but not much else. In fact, not much of Glenbuck remains at all."
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