225-35 North Street, Charing Cross, Glasgow. G3 7DL. The Cross. 2005. In recent years this pub has had numerous names, so many I can’t remember them all. If you can please let us know. This pub was also called The Berkeley after the Cross Bar. Also see the Jedi Bar next door.
87 Cowcaddens, corner of 188-290 Hope Street, Glasgow. The Top Spot, 188-290 Hope Street. 1950’s. Originally called the Camel Vaults, other names this pub has been known to have are Theatre Royal Vaults, The College Bar, and The Top Spot. There has been licensed premises here since 1870, owned by Glover and Francis wine and […]
97-99 Candleriggs, Glasgow. G1 1NP. Tel: 0141 553 1577.
147 Springburn Road, Glasgow. The Caley Bar was formerly called Hughes Bar, established by wine and spirit merchant James Hughes in 1875. Mr Hughes lived in nearby 17 Petershill Road, he belonged to the well known Springburn family of Hughes who had pubs and licensed grocers businesses in that area. Mr Hughes also owned […]
68 Great Eastern Road, Glasgow. The old Caledonian Wine and Spirit Vaults was a prominent site in Camlachie, it was situated across from Stevenson Taylor’s Vaults at the Camlachie Institute. The Caledonian Vaults was an old fashioned tavern, the proprietor lived on the premises in its early history. During the 1840s cowfeeder and […]
95-97 Glasgow Road, Clydebank, near Glasgow. Connolly’s Bar, Restaurant, Glasgow Road, Clydebank. 1970s. It’s farewell to Connolly’s Bar, the “Star” of a Gracie Fields film! A Clydebank public house which has been at the heart of the town’s eventful history for many years has closed down and the licensee who has been associated with the […]