257 Gallowgate, Glasgow. G4 OTP.
Norma Jeans. 1991.
This old pub has had numerous name changes over the years, it’s now called Bar 67.
There has been a pub on this site since at least 1842. One of the most famous Glasgow publican’s to hold a certificate for the premises was Norman Stevenson who also owned the Kirk House, Shettleston.
Another well known family to own this pub was the Hurrel family.
Norma Jeans. 1980s.
Over the years it has been known as the Corunna, Hurrel’s, Royal Bar and many more names. It was once a great sing song pub, it now attracts Celtic fans and only opens at weekends when the Barras market is trading.
Below the many paint jobs Bar 67 has had over the years.
Bar 67. 2005.
A Banner hangs over the door “God Bless Tommy Burns.”
To read more on the pubs on the Gallowgate read up & Doon the Gallowgate by John Gorevan. A copy can be bought for a few pounds at the Hielan Jessie on the Gallowgate or contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org .
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1991 Robert Bunton.
1973-1960 John Joseph Hurrel.
1937 Frank McGowan.
1919-1891 Norman Stevenson.
1863-1854 Thomas Draffon.
1850 Mrs P Campbell
1845 Mrs Morrison.
1842 George Morrison.