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The Warsteiner.

59 Cambridge Street, Glasgow. G3 Tel: 01413324448.



Warsteiner. 1991.

This popular Cambridge Street pub opened in 1966 built by Tennent Caledonian Breweries as the Waldorf. This busy pub occupied the site of a new multi storey office block near to Sauchiehall Street.

Thomas George Dick was licensee and manager Mr Jim F Claven was assisted by his wife Margaret D Claven. Other members of the family Ronnie and Helen Claven worked from time to time in the bar. Jim and Margaret and family immagrated in 1968 for a new life in Australia. Jim and Margaret once managed the Frying Pan Bar near Glasgow University.

In 1970 a new feature in Tennent's pubs was the Ploughman's Lunch, crusty bread and Scottish cheese, pickles, etc. was to be searved in Lauder's, Sauchiehall Street, The Kind Man's, Pollokshaws Road, The Fotheringay, Nithsdale Road, The Horse Shoe Bar, Drury Street and the Waldorf, Cambridge Street.

Waldorf interior

Interior view of the Waldorf. 1966.


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