Trades Hall, Glassford Street, Glasgow, G1 1UH. Tel 0141 552 2418 Annual Scottish Licensed Trade Defence Association 1909 On 16th June 1909, the Scottish Licensed Trade Defence Association held their annual meeting in the Trades Hall on Glassford Street. Never before in the history of the Association was an annual meeting so opportune – so […]
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This is a fantastic photo of Lanarkshire Licence Holders on Holiday in 1909. This photograph was taken while the group (Lower Ward Defence Association) were on a trip to Kilchattan Bay. Do you recognise any ancestors or publicans in this photo?
There is often a lot of speculation about where a pub’s name came from, especially when it isn’t obvious. A lot of pubs in Glasgow and Scotland were named after the publican that owned the pub and sometimes they were named after a local landmark or street name, but what are the meanings behind names […]
89 Stockwell Street, Glasgow, G1 5HE Stockwell Street Application Refused – 1909 The publican of 89 Stockwell Street, James Buchanan (Lived at 370 Cumberland Street) has applied for a certificate for new premises at 111 Stockwell Street, or alternatively for a provisional grand and confirmation for the same premises. The current landlords of 89 Stockwell […]
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.