26 Bedford Street, Gorbals, Glasgow.
The Double Eagle was situated at the corner of Bedford Street and Warwick Street. There was a public house on this site since 1873, licensee John F Neville also ran a pub on Wallace Street at Centre Street. Mr Neville sold the pub to David Anderson in 1883. Mr Anderson employed a barman John Holmes in the 1890s, Mr Holmes then took the important position as charge-hand. On the death of his employer Mr Holmes bought the pub in 1905. John served the locals here until the end of the Second World War.
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Mr Patrick Quinn, Peter McCrudden and Mr O D Donnelly were other well known publicans to own this popular establishment. The pub was demolished in the City Council’s redevelopment scheme in 1969.