The building which houses The Granary was built around 1890 and is also known as the Crossmyloof Mansions.
Constructed of white ashlar stone if you look up at the top you will see an impressive balustraded parapet. The area around the pub was a hub for tram cars until their demise in 1962 and on the exterior walls of the bar building are the metal fixtures called rosettes which carried the electric cables that powered the trams from the early 1900s. The Glasgow tramway system was one of the largest in Europe and comprised over 1000 municipally-owned trams over a 100 route miles by 1922. The system closed in 1962.
‘if you look up at the top you will see an impressive balustraded parapet’
Today you can step in to discover a traditional pub of unique character, revered for its eclectic range of real ales and its quality pub food, which are served, as they should be, with a generous measure of famous British hospitality.