8 Waterloo Street, Glasgow. G2 6DA. Tel: 0141 226 2482. The Toby Jug. 1991. This was once part of the Blythswood Bar, Hope Street, The Toby Jug was the lounge area of the Blythswood Bar on Hope Street, you could walk through the Toby Jug and come out of the Blythswood Bar on Hope Street. […]
21 Waterloo Street, Glasgow. G2 6BZ. Tel: 0141 221 5479. Carnegie’s. 1991. Carnegie’s chain of pubs were so popular in the city fifteen years ago, there was also Carnegie’s in West George Street, St Vincent Street and Cambridge Street. Update…2019. ……………… The above images are of a book of matches advertising Carnegie’s and Fouquet’s two well […]
17 Waterloo Street, Glasgow. G2 6AY. Tel: 0141 248 8878. Bar Sporto was short lived and closed after a few years. Update… 2008. Now called Drop Bar & Diner. Drop sign. 2014. Drop. 2014. Do you have any memories or photographs of this pub? If so, please leave a comment. END.
27 Waterloo Street, Glasgow. G2 6JX. Demolished around 2006. Archie’s Bar, 1991. Now called L’Attache. 2006. Archie’s circa 2004. Also see Arches, Argyle Street. ————————————- In the NEWS 1979… Archie’s Got The Lot… drinks, meals, coffee, gateau. Interior view of Archie’s 1979. Girls, the next time your better half says he’s going to Archie’s don’t […]
31 Waterloo Street, Glasgow. G2 6BZ. The Alhambra Inn, 1991. The Alhambra Inn has been a landmark in the city centre for many years. After the Second World War this was a confectioners run by Mrs Helen Persichini. In the 1950s Louis Evaristi was trading here known as the Alhambra Vintry wine merchants. In 1970 […]
72A Waterloo Street, Glasgow, G2 7DA.Tel: 01412217705 The Admiral was opened in 1969. The landlord then was Frederick Joseph Grome. This mock Victorian pub attracts many of the office workers in the area. The Admiral 2007. Thank to Steve Blaney for the above image, 1969. Email: My name is Steve Blaney. I was the first […]