249-51 Paisley Road, Glasgow. The Roseneath Cottage was established around the year 1850, and stayed unchanged until it was finally demolished in the wave of the city improvement trust. Charles Scobie the founder of the business, witnessed many of the changes in Tradeston, all the old buildings came down and new tenements were […]
232 Paisley Road, Glasgow. Demolished. The Moy. 1937. The Moy was opened in 1937 by publican James Brown. A nice Art Deco pub front. Mr Brown occupied the premises until the 1960s. After the site was cleared and lay derelict for years a new pub was built on the site during the garden festival, the […]
466 Paisley Road, Glasgow. G5 8RE. The Mailbox 1980s. This old pub has been known as Cullen’s, the Saltire and now called the Quay.
232 Paisley Road, Glasgow. G5 8NG. Tel: 0141 420 1272. Gairdener’s Airms. 1991. The Gairdener’s Airms was built just before the opening of the famous Glasgow Garden Festival. The beer garden outside proved to be popular with the customers. The pub has a new name under the title of Bar Bax. Bar Bax. 2007. There […]
333 Paisley Road corner of 2 Pollok Street, Glasgow. Fleck’s Bar. Fleck’s Bar standing on it’s own while the bulldozer on the left tidies up after the demolition of tenement buildings. in 1970s. This old pub dates back to around 1875 when William Fraser was the landlord. Mr Fraser a wine and spirit merchant also […]
466 Paisley Road, Glasgow. G5 8RE. Tel: 0141 418 2627. Cullen’s. 1991. Over the years this pub has had many name changes. Cullens was named after owner James Cullen. The last I passed it was called the Saltire. However it was originally known as The Pavilion for many years. This was one of the very […]