Camperdown Place, in Glasgow, became Wetherspoon’s 50th pub in Scotland and its 10th in and around the city.
The pub is situated at the front of Queen Street Railway Station and only a minute’s walk from The Counting House, Wetherspoon’s first pub to open in Scotland, in 1996.
Camperdown Place is managed by Duncan McSporran (pictured), who was previously manager at The Sir John Moore, in Glasgow’s city centre.
The pub’s name refers to the great naval victory of 1797, when Admiral Duncan defeated the Dutch fleet at The Battle of Camperdown. The Scots-born sailor thwarted a possible invasion and was hailed as a national hero.