Beersbridge Annex Guest House

Address: 150 Firhill Road, Glasgow, Scotland, G20 7BB, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Keppochhill area of Glasgow, is near The Mackintosh House, Tenement House, Royal Troon, and Queen's Cross Church.
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    A travel blog entry by piperwg on Oct 30, 2014

    12 photos

    ... Catholic imagery and bringing it out to be burnt. The pillars in the nave (Pic 4) show the damage that occurred in this process. Further, the building survived bombing of the nearby dockyards in WW2. When built in the 1100's the pale sandstone would have looked stunning with a bright light interior. The smog of the industrial revolution has given it the black appearance of most older buildings ...

    Drumming for Drinks and Drinking for Drums

    A travel blog entry by lostinscotland on Aug 14, 2014

    9 photos

    ... sing along -Ceilidh - style, which was a fine idea, but the song they wanted us to sing along to was all in Gaelic. Not surprisingly, very few sang. Other than that though it was a really good show.

    We boarded the bus back to Stirling, replete with a nice dinner and thoroughly entertained. Arriving for the first night in the new digs at a little after midnight.

    Thursday was an early start as we were in to Glasgow to play as part of Piping ...

    From Motherwell to Lanark and back

    A travel blog entry by dawnc on Aug 20, 2012

    3 comments, 14 photos

    ... to 1855 there was a well right in the roadway close to the Post Office of the time. It says that there were “no sinks or running water, then.” “ Water was carried by means of galuses, a wooden bar across the shoulders, from which were suspended two pails, much later pumps were installed in the streets.”

    The booklet also mentions Hailstonegreen which “appears to have been a building of considerable size, older residents referred to ...

    How do I?

    A travel blog entry by mleary on Aug 14, 2011


    ... for afternnoon tea was never made and Aunt Margaret was on the bus. Oh well while we waited for her to return a big bus came up the street. Now this is one of those really narrow Scottish streets with barely enough room of a car never mind the bus. "The Banger Bus", yes thatse what it was called and it was bright fluro coloured and had loud music blaring away. Stopping a few doors up two men in suits got off and stood near the door ...

    Day 29 Walking into one of Britain's great cities.

    A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Jul 18, 2010

    8 comments, 11 photos

    ... no further than five mins down the road and went straight into Costa Coffee for a flat white (not a good one) with our new best friend, John. We decided last night to walk into Glasgow together today and we are looking forward to it. We know we will miss his companionship once we part this weekend.
    The vagaries of the long distance walkers routine mean you are never quite sure of your timings of how the day will unfold. After coffee it was ...