1 Chapel Street, Rutherglen. Ye Olde Inn with the licensees’ name above the door, “Brennan.” Ye Olde Inn had an established date of 1650. Before television and radio customers at the old Inn told stories and tales that were passed down to the next generation of locals, one such story was that Ye Olde Inn […]
33 Queen Street, Rutherglen, Glasgow. G73 1JP. Tel: 0141 647 5155. William Miller was born in Rutherglen, his father for many years conducted a bakery business in conjunction with a licensed house in the Burgh. The shop was very popular and the pies which he served became a notable feature of the establishment. William Miller […]
King Street, Rutherglen, Glasgow. G73 1BZ. Demolished. Campbell’s. 1991. Update… November 2009. Campbell’s is now called Dixie’s. Dixie’s . November 2009. Thanks to Norrie McNamee for this image. Update 2012… This Rutherglen bar has a new name “The Burgh Bar”. Do you remember this old pub? If so please leave a comment. END.
Farmeloan Road, Rutherglen, Glasgow., G73 1EE. Demolished. Crozier’s. 1991. Publican, rugby player and golfer; Born July 8, 1957; Died February 6, 2008. GEORGE Crozier, who has died aged 50 just six months after the death of his father, Sheriff George Crozier, was a publican of the old school who valued his customers and treated them […]
1 Burnhill Street,Rutherglen, Glasgow. G73 1ES. Closed. The Court Inn. 1991. Update…2008. The Court Inn has been closed now for years. Do you remember this Rutherglen Pub? If so please leave a comment. END.
251 Main Street, Rutherglen, Glasgow. G73 2HN. Tel: 0141 647 1987. Chapman’s. 1991. There has been licensed premises on this site since at least 1850. The Freebain family occupied the premises for over 30 years. Andrew Freebain lived with his wife Jeanie and had a family of 3 daughters and a son all of whom […]