226 Seaward Street formerly 226 St James Street, Kinning Park, Glasgow. The Auld Hoose on the left hand side, 226 Seaward Street, Kinning Park. 1960s. In 1877 William Smith acquire a public house licence to sell wines and spirits and a licensed grocer’s. William lived with his family at 222 St James Street. In 1879 […]
Edinburgh. In the News 1974… A new experience in pub going. The Auld Hoose, was opened in Edinburgh recently by Pat Stanton (Captain of Hibs), seen pulling the first pint. Left to right, Mr. L. M. Fullerton, tied trade director, Mr. I. R. Gibbons, chairman of Drybrough’s, Pat Stanton, Drybrough girl, Miss Jan Robertson, and […]
4-6 Whifflet Street, Coatbridge. ML5 4EL. Tel: 01236 422867. The Auld Hoose. Also known as Carson’s.
Main Street, Cambuslang. The Auld Hoose, Main Street, Cambuslang was demolished in 1929 to make way for a new cinema The Savoy at a cost of £22,000. Giacinto Minato died in 1912 he was the landlord of the Auld Hoose, Cambuslang. He was a well-known figure in town and a popular man. He spoke […]
Wine & Spirit Merchant, 466 Rutherglen Road / 2 Pine Street, Glasgow. Demolished. Mr Alexander Hamilton was born at Woodhall, Holytown in 1837 and received the groundwork of his education under Mr Gibb, the well known rector at that time of the Monkland School. After leaving school he was employed in extensive stores of the […]
455 Gallowgate, Glasgow. Demolished. The Auld Hoose. 1991. Also see the newer Auld Hoose at number 429 Gallowgate. This is the original Auld Hoose on the Gallowgate which was demolished in 1991. New flats now occupy the site of this once popular east end local. It was once called The Empire Bar run by James […]