66 Rutherglen Road corner of 62 Hospital Street, Gorbals, Glasgow. . The Turf Bar, circa 1960s. This old Gorbals pub was around in 1875, one of the first licensee was spirit merchant called James Smith. The tenement building was owned by the Glasgow & South Western Railway Company. In 1893 James Ruthven Douglas was […]
32 Raglan Street, Glasgow. Frank Gallocher with his wife Helen and mother Ann Docherty with their kids. circa 1909. Thanks to Walter Gallocher. Licensed premises have been on this site since 1872 when D & M McFarlane traded here. The pub sat at the corner of 32 Raglan Street and 2-4 Braco Street. Malcolm McFarlane […]
124 Crown Street corner of 105 Rutherglen Road, Gorbals, Glasgow. The Wheatsheaf Bar, corner of Crown Street and Rutherglen Road. 1960s. There has been licensed premises on this site since the 1840s. One of the first licensee’s was wine and spirit merchant Robert Frame, he traded here until 1859. In 1860 well known and respected […]
Renfield Street, Glasgow. Walkabout. 2007.
River Clyde in the shadow on the Kingston Bridge. Two waitresses outside the Tuxedo Princess. In 1988 clubbers in Glasgow climbed aboard the Tuxedo Princess for fun, drinks and dancing. It was nicknamed the Love Boat after the U.S. TV drama. The Tuxedo Princess was docked on the River Clyde in the shadow of the […]
110 Renfrew Street, Glasgow. Demolished. The Camp Bar was situated at the entrance of the Queen’s Arcade. Thanks to Mitchell Library for this image. The Camp Bar. 1960s. Thanks to Mitchell Library for this image. This photograph is from the early 1960s, when the name “Camp Bar” would not have been regarded as incompatible with […]