843 Shettleston Road, Shettleston, Glasgow. G32 7NR. Tel: 01417783601. Town Tavern. 1991. The pubs on Shettleston Road haven’t changed much in the last 100 years. In 1883 Thomas Japp ran this old pub, Known locally as “Japps”, Thomas was born in Tollcross in 1844, he married a Shettleston lass called Bethia Dunsmore who was 5 […]
1573 Shettleston Road, Shettleston, Glasgow. G32 9AS. The Sheiling. 1991. To read the full history of the Sheiling, check back for our second book. The Sheiling Bar, August 2005. closed down. I passed here a few days ago and the place looks as if it could fall down any minute. it is in […]
645 Shettleston Road, Shettleston, Glasgow. G32 7 EL. Tel: 01417784118. Sheddens. 1991. Read the full history of the Sheddens Bar soon by checking back for our second book. Golfing Vintners’ Big Night Out. 1970. The Glasgow Vintners Golf Club’s annual dinner and dance and presentation of prizes in the Eagle Lodge, Bishopbriggs, was a tremendous […]
1410-16 Shettleston Road, Shettleston, Glasgow. G32 9Al. Tel: 01417782368. The Railway Tavern. 1991. Shettleston pubs have not changed much since the beginning of the 1900s, some of them date back even further. The Railway Tavern is one of the districts earliest, there has been an Inn on this site since 1806. Change Keeper (Inn […]
1169 Shettleston Road, Shettleston, Glasgow. G32 7YS. Tel: 01417781624. ./ Portland Arms. 1991. The Portland Arms is one of the most historic pubs in the east end of the city. Built in 1938 for Jonathan Tindal by architects Thomas Sandilands & MacLeod, 248 West Nile Street. Mr Tindal acquired the old Portland Arms in 1922 […]
1082 Shettleston Road,Shettleston, Glasgow. G32. Marquis Bar. 1991. This was formerly Fergusons hardware store. In 1971 Walter Boyle was licensee of the premises. In 1990 Donald Hart of Hart Brothers was running this popular bar. The Marquis, August 2005.