The Station Bar can be found on Dumbarton Road at the boundary where Glasgow meets Clydebank. In times gone by when you weren’t able to drink on a Sunday, people would be seen crossing the boundary to visit pubs on either side of the divide. To be able to drink you had to leave your district, cross the boundary to the next town and convince the bartender you were ‘on official travelling business.’ Luckily these days, it is far more simple to get a pint.
The Station Bar is a nice, local pub found in Yoker and just a stone’s throw away from Yoker train station. There are two entrances to the pub, the lounge door and the bar door. I tend to visit the bar side when I am going for the Renfrew ferry to cross the Clyde from Yoker to Renfrew as there are no bridges.
You will find plenty of conversations at the bar and if it catches your fancy, the barman keeps a book for ordering eggs with the local farmer. You are spoiled for choice in terms of eggs as you can order duck, goose or whatever winged creature that produces eggs you like near enough.