1641 maryhill Road, Maryhill, Glasgow. G20 0DZ. The White House. 1991. The White House has been lying derelict for some time now. In 1891 Mrs Sherry was licensee she sold the premises to Samuel G Howard, of Scottish Vintners Company. Scottish Vintners Company also had premises on Stewart Street. To read the history of […]
1190 Maryhill Road, Maryhill, Glasgow, G20. Tel: 01419456195. The Viking Bar. 1991. Read the full history of this popular Maryhill pub by visiting back soon for our second book. The Viking Bar. 2005.
246 Maryhill Road, Glasgow. Ye Olde Tramcar Vaults sat at the corner of Maryhill Road and Hopehill Road. This part of Maryhill Road was formerly called New City Road and was changed in the early 1920s. The Ye Olde Tramcar Vaults model tramcar is now back on public display in the re-opened Maryhill Burgh Halls… […]
444 Maryhill Road, Glasgow. Thomas Ferguson’s bar sat at the corner of Maryhill Road and Hinshaw Street. In the early 1920s this part of Maryhill Road was called New City Road. Many will remember this old pub as The Wilton. In 1877 Robert Lauder occupied these premises until 1880, the business was them acquired by […]
795 Maryhill Road, Maryhill, Glasgow. G20 7TL. Tel: 01419456402. The Strathmore Bar. 1991. The Strathmore was originally called the Castle Vaults and owned by George & John MacLachlan, wholesale and retail wine & spirit merchants and brewers. The Strathmore can be traced back to 1877 when John MacLachlan obtained a licence to sell wines, spirits […]
144 Maryhill Road, Glasgow. G20 7QS. Tel: 01413321321. Royalty Bar, photograph taken 1991. You can read the full history of this popular pub by checking out our book here. Royalty Ale House, August 2005.