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Schwerdtfeger code but does not carry the name so this example was probably reissued after 1914. ) It’s another bright sunny day at Charing Cross in this scene photographed at least 10 years later from the other side of Sauchiehall Street.The Grand Hotel is on the left and there is a good view of the statuary on Charing Cross Mansions on the right.Boats bringing in cattle from Ireland would usually come into Merklands Quay where the cattle would go into lairage until being dispatched, usually to locations near Dumbarton Road or by rail to places further afield.Perhaps you could encourage your father–in-law to write down his memories of being raised in Glasgow.These include Helena Watson, the exclusive ladies outfitter, Royal Drooko, the Glasgow umbrella manufacturer, Maypole Dairies and Lipton’s, the grocer, both of which later became part of the same organization.Thomas Lipton was another example of a successful Glasgow entrepreneur.Do you know of any sites where I might find out more about places such as the Star Hotel?Jon Hello Jon, Thank you for sharing this information.
One of his aunts was married in the Grand Hotel in 1930, and I came across your site when looking for information on the Prince of Wales Halls at 350 Sauchiehall Street where another of his aunts was married in 1923.Hi Chris, My late great aunt (whose mother had a little shop in Berkeley Street) told me she remembered the cattle being driven along in the 1920’s – hard to believe!As a child living in Granville Street and going to Kent Road Primary School, I always wanted to visit the Grand Hotel when I “grew up”. you contact the author of the website, she may be able to provide further information, including the dates of the photographs.
I wonder if they will ever return it to it’s old state, I hate modern buildings.
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