380 Nitshill Road, Glasgow. G53 7BW. Tel: 0141 881 1550.
The Cavendish. 1991.
James Lundie opened these premises in 1962. James was a well known south side publican having premises at the corner of Cavendish Street and Pollokshaws Road which were demolished in the Gorbals reconstruction program that saw many old pubs being flattened.
Mr James Lundie, cartoon by Coia. 1958.
This old pub was called the Cavendish, when Mr Lundie moved to Nitshill Road in 1962 the name carried on living. This new enterprise consisted of massive public bars and a lounge much different from his old premises.
The Cavendish. 2010.
Interior view of the Cavendish 1962.
Interior View’s of the Cavendish 1962.
This image was taken in 1958 at the Glasgow Licensed Trade Association Dance.
Left to right Mr H McCrostie, Whitbread’s; Mr & Mrs J Lundie, The Cavendish; Mr & Mrs William Miller “Broon’s Bar”; Mr H L Jenkins, Whitbread’s; Mrs & Mr A K Hardie, Balmoral Bar; Mr F W Bowles, Whitbread’s.
James Lundie. 1962.
Starflight ’78 Tennent Caledonian British Airways in association with the Evening Times.
Heats taking place at Cavendish, Nitshill Road, Glasgow Tuesday 24th October 1978.
I have noticed that the Cavendish is now called the Hazel Wood.
The Hazel Wood. 2012.
1990 Philip Rodgers for Bass Inns.
1973-1966 David Fetherstonhaugh Gibb.
Do you have any memories of this 1960s venue? If so please leave a comment.