James Goldrick Posted February 25, 2007 Share Posted February 25, 2007 As much as we hear about Ratzeburg's 'rauschwerk' and apocryphal Choir to Pub couplers, attempting to bring something of the happiness of the pub to those twenty minute sermons, I wonder about the reverse. Has anyone ever visited the pub Waxy O'Connor's in Glasgow? While I was in the U.K. last year, I came across this pub and it is a marvellously intricate edifice. The interior appears to be supported by solid tree trunks (Perhaps attempting something along the lines of Adlington Hall?) ...and Lo and behold upon entering the central space, one is greeted by a diapered Victorian organ facade. I would be interested to know if anyone knows the origins of this instrument (now only a pipefront) A panoramic view of the interior: JG P.S. Try the haggis... it's excellent! (A bit more difficult to procure back here in Sydney) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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