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Old Glasgow Pubs by john gorevan


Welcome to News 1972.

What was in the Newspapers and periodicals in 1972.

I would like to thank everyone who has contacted me with images and information about their family history. Cheers to you all.

Adverts for Pubs, Disco's, Restaurants and places of Entertainment...

Amphora, Sauchiehall Street.

Apple Bank Inn, Larkhall.

Ashfield Club, with Glen Daly.

The Barn Club opens in Shettleston Road.

Members of the Bartenders Guild 1972.

Opening of the Buccleuch Hotel, Dalkeith.

Cruising with the "BEN".

Members of the "Ben" at the annual dinner.

The Berkeley, Argyle Street.

Learn all about the Birds 'N' Bees.

Burns' Cottage, Paisley Road Toll.

Members of the Glasgow Defence Association.

Cathadhmara opens as a disco on Monday nights.

Charleston Bar, Kilmarnock.

The Clelland, Gorbals.

Curlers Tavern, Byres Road.

Crammon Inn, Edingurgh.

Crazy Daisy, Sauchiehall Street.

The Curlers, Byres Road.

Duddinton Inn, Edinburgh.

Jim Dillon, playing guitar at the Fairfield Bar, Shettleston Road. 1972.

Gamps, Argyle Street. Advert.

Gay Gordon, Royal Exchange Square.

140 out of 200 Glasgow Pubs substandard.

Well-known Glasgow Pub loses licence.

Glasgow Pubs suffer as delivery drivers stop delivering beer.

The Glasgow Licensed Trade Defence Association Ball 1972.

The Great Bear, Coatbridge, owned by footballer (Yogi Bear) John Hughes.

The Grant Arms and Crest Lounge, Gallowgate.

The Grocers' Lisensing Act of 1860.

Guardian Trophy, members of the Golf Team.

Kirkhouse Inn, Strathblane.

Linkwood, Drumchapel.

The Macushla, Sachiehall Street.

The Maltings, Cumbernauld with the Barley Loft bar.

Members of the Camphill Ward of the Glasgow L.T. Defence Association.

Members of the Dumfermline L.T.A.

Nurses at the Pipinn, Duke Street.

Olivers Inn, Hamilton.

Pandora, Victoria Road.

Pitstop, Manse Road, Newmains.

The Peel, Drumchapel.

The Plainsman, Plains, Near Airdrie.

Boost for Polish Vodka.

Poosie Nansie's Howff, Mauchline, Ayrshire.

Rialto, Hope Street.

In the News 1972...

I find that one of the most difficult things to find in Glasgow is somewhere worthwhile to eat at lunch time without breaking the bank. Almost everywhere it seems to be the same dull story of convenience foods. That is why I particularly enjoyed a trip along to Maggie's Place at Paisley Road Toll yesterday. They have started a cold table, with hams, chicken, tongue, salads, pate, etc., at slightly under 50p.

The pub is run by Alastair Moreland, a former counties rugby player, and his wife Mary-Margaret. Pulling pints in the bar is Alastair's father, Russell, who played wing half for Queen's Park way back in 1921. It's worth a visit.

Royal restaurant, West Nile Street.

Sou' Wester, Harry Heenan, darts champion.

Springfield Bar, Dalmarnock Road.

Assault in the Stag Bar, Govan Road.

St. George's restaurant, St. George's Road.

St. Mungo Golf Club winners's. 1972

St. Mungo Golf Club Dinner.

Members of the Royaly Burns Club.

The Tappit Hen on the Gallowgate is turned into a frozen Freezer.

Tiffany's, Sauchiehall Street.

The Waterfront, Broomielaw.

Waverley Taverns chain has 120 pubs.

Woman's Auxiliary Group.


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