222 Dalmarnock Road, Glasgow. The Prince of Wales was built in the 1850s and owned by Wine Merchant and Portioner James Maxwell. When Mr Maxwell passed away his wife Mary became license holder and sold the pub in the late 1860s. William Auchterlonie took over the pub in 1871. Mr Auchterlonie was born […]
3 Cranston Street, Anderston, Glasgow. The Prince of Wales Tavern. 1940s. To read the full history of this old Tavern. Click Here. In 1893 the Prince of Wales Feathers adorned its frontage, when you got close up to the entrance you could distinctly read the letters, though hoary with age, “Ich Dien”- “I Serve” […]
35-39 St. Vincent Place, Glasgow. G1 2ER. Tel: 0141 204 5240. Praha. 2007.
31 Argyle Street, Glasgow. Mr Walter Coombs proprietor of the Popes Eye Tavern. 1895. Walter Coombs took over the Pope Eye Tavern in 1895. To read more on the history of the Pope Eye Tavern Click here. In 1902 Mr Coombs took over the popular Borgie Rest, Main Street, Cambuslang. The Borgie Rest on the […]