Sherry-Trinker in einem Pub im Glasgower Arbeiterstadtteil Gorbals, 1968  |  © Jürgen Schadeberg/Mitteldeutscher Verlag

Sherry drinkers in a pub in Glasgow Gorbals, In Centre - Miss Gorbals Right - Miss Scotland

A typical bar conversation in Scotland...

A typical bar conversation in Scotland…

It's a Glasgow pub...no more required

Notice inside a Glasgow Pub. No more explanation required.

Coggans' Bar in the Saltmarket, during the First World War. Drinking was central to working class relaxation, particularly for men. In 1853 there were 2,053 public houses (one for every 170 inhabitants, regardless of age), but 1,261 (one for every 622) by 1912.

Coggans' Bar in the Saltmarket, during the First World War, Glasgow, Scotland. James Coggans' Coat of Arms Bar at 11 Saltmarket opened in It was one of the most up-to-date pubs in Glasgow and even had hot running water on tap in the lavatory!

Vintage - Tennent's Brewery of Glasgow - Scotland - Tennent's Lager - Tray - 1965

Vintage - Tennent's Brewery of Glasgow - Scotland - Tennent's Lager - Tray - 1965

The Horseshoe, Glasgow

Sounds very cool and the website looks interesting, too.The Horseshoe Bar Drury Street

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