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1 Tyndrum Street, Port Dundas, Glasgow. The Welcome Bar sat at the corner of Tyndrum Street and Renton Street, Port Dundas. Tyndrum Street was formerly Scott Street and Renton Street was called Bishop Street. There was a public house here in the 1870s run by wine & spirit merchant Patrick Sherry. The Sherry family were […]
1034 Tollcross Road, Tollcross, Glasgow. G32 8UW. Tel: 01417783560. The Waverley. 1991. This old east end pub went through major alterations in the later 1990s, during this period the front of the entire pub was demolished and rebuilt. In the 1890s Mrs Marion Morton was licensee for this old pub. Robert Rodger Robertson took over […]
352-356 Townmill Road, Dennistoun, Glasgow. Many will remember this old pub as Watery Willies. Over the years this pub was known as The White Brig Vaults, Watery Willies, and The Top of the Town. This history of this old pub can be traced back to 1865 when George Crichton was granted a certificate to […]
Trongate, Glasgow. The Tontine Hotel. The Tontine Hotel was situated at Glasgow Cross on the Trongate. Another view of the Trongate with the Tontine Hotel on the left. Trongate with the Tontine Hotel c 1870s. The Tontine Hotel was destroyed by fire in 1911. In 1795, the Assembly Rooms, in Ingram Street, were built […]
63 Trongate, Glasgow. G1 5HB. Tel: 0141 552 4267. The Tron. 1991. The Tron. 2007 The Tron 2007.