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> Barrelhouse - Kelvinhaugh Street, 10-14 Kelvinhaugh Street
post 8th Dec 2008, 04:09pm
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Barrelhouse, 10-14 Kelvinhaugh Street

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post 22nd Jul 2009, 12:41pm
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From Jock Alexander, era 1941-1963...

"I don't remember the Barrelhouse, but the two pubs at the top of the Haugh, were the SHIP INN and THE ANCHOR...

Son of A Clydesider!
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post 26th Jul 2009, 10:19pm
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I'm sure this was The Anchor as it did have an anchor in it. Also known as Stereo, McChuills Way out West and I'm sure other names. Now a Vegan bistro with live music.
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post 31st Aug 2009, 10:07pm
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Don't know about the pubs but i was born in the Haugh 79 Sandyford street in 1942 it was my aunt Jessie and uncle Willie Reynolds house.My cousin lived in Gilbert street she married Dougie Robertson. I went back just a few months ago and although it has gone i could place every close in Sandyford street where it would have been also the box factory my cousin worked in going back a lot of years.All we have are memories now.
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