49-51 Pitt Street, Glasgow. There’s been licensed premises here since 1867 owned by John Dove. Mr Dove was also an ale & porter merchant, exporter and family bottle store. In 1880 Edward Bradley was one of the agents working for John Dove & Sons, the firm was also agents for Devonshire Cider and Aerated Water. […]
6 Findlay Street, Cowcaddens, Glasgow. Demolished. Findlay Street changed name and became Stow Street. To read the history of this old Glasgow public house please check back soon for our second book. Do you remember this old pub? If so please leave a comment. END.
161 West Nile Street, Glasgow. James D Wilson’s was situated at the corner of West Nile Street and Renfrew Street, formerly known as the Drummond Castle Bar. To read the full history of this well known Cowcaddens hostelty, check back soon for our second book. also see Forfarshire Bar. Other pubs James D Wilson […]
216 New City Road, Glasgow. James Wilson. 216 New City Road. James Wilson traded here from 1911 until 1930. He moved premises in 1931 to the shop next door 212 New City Road, this pub had a smaller frontage and couldn’t even fit his full name above the doorway. In 1877 John Fern was […]
387 Argyle Street, Glasgow. J Monteith’s bar was a household name away back in the early 1800s. Good quality whisky and ale made this one of the best pubs in the city. An old gentleman Mr D MacKail worked all his days in the Argyle Street premises and carried on well into his […]
McIntyre’s Bar, 168 Stobcross Street, Glasgow. Mr John McIntyre. 1887. John McIntyre was a native of Perthshire. In 1869 John travelled to England to seek his fortune, finding it hard to get the right job he returned to Scotland. He arrived in Glasgow and served his time with William Teacher & Son one of […]