1102-1106 Argyle Street, Glasgow. G3 8TD. Tel: 0141 339 9555.
This part of Argyle Street was formerly called Dumbarton Road.
From 1882 till just after the First World War, wine & spirit Merchant Archibald Cameron was landlord, Mr Cameron resided at 220 Dumbarton Road which was next door to his public houses. Archibald also owned pubs in Cheapside Street and Stobcross Street. In 1887 the pub had an overhaul just in time for the great Exhibition of 1888. Mr Cameron had a special blend of old well matured Scotch whisky called “Royal Charlie.”
Many will still remember Billy Maxwell one of the many publican’s to run the pub.
This well established pub is now called Maxwell’s. 2006.
To read the full history of this popular bar you will hgave to wait for Volume 2 of Glasgow Pubs and Publicans.
The pub is now called 54 Below. 2007.
Bar Grill sign outside 54 Below.
The pub has had another name change, it had been called the Distill for some time now.
The pub had yet another refurb and is now called The Crescent Bar an old name that the pub had in the 1960s.
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