101 Hope Street, Glasgow. One -O-One restaurant Hope Street. Owners of the One-O-One restaurant. Advert for the 101. More to come… Read More On Glasgow’s Old Restaurant’s.
The Club Restaurant, 22 Paisley Road West, Glasgow. G51 1LB. Tel: 0141429 0665. Thomas C Vallance was born 27 May 1856 on Succoth Farm, Renton. He won six international caps between 1877 and 1881, representing Scotland against England and Wales. In 1882 Vallance retired from football and travelled to Assam in India to work as […]
John Eadie. Mr John Eadie. 1892. Mr John Eadie was born in April 1867 in South Leith, he spent most of his life in Glasgow, a city that found him work and wealth. When young John came to Glasgow he worked in the shipyards on the River Clyde as a Stevedore and Measurer (dock labourer, […]
216-18 Hope Street, 200-202 New City Road, Glasgow. Demolished. Mr John M Buchanan. 1893. John M Buchanan was a native of Dunfermline, when still an infant his parents removed to Carnoustie, in Forfarshire and there under the late Mr Gray (afterwards of Townhead, Glasgow,) a well-known and respected dominie of the old Scottish type, he […]
214 Hope Street, Glasgow. G2 3PS. Demolished. This old City Centre Bar stood at the corner of Hope Street and Renfrew Lane. There has been licensed premises on this site since 1850. Over the years many publicans, wine and spirit merchants and restaurateurs have made lots of money from this once popular establishment including William […]
17 Hope Street, Glasgow. G2 6AB. Tel: 0141 221 3016. Names after the Denholm family of publicans. To read more on the history of this pub watch out for Glasgow Pubs & Publicans volume 2. Do you have any memories of this old pub? If so please leave a comment. END.