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These two very contrasting pictures of virtually the same site in O'Connell Street, Limerick. Pictures on Page 52 are the three buildings that were demolished to make way for a glass and concrete building that now houses the Allied Irish Bank of 106-108 O'Connell street, Limerick. In Vol. 11 there is a lovely history of Liston's Chemist and the two statues that adorned the building for up to a hundred years. Our picture of the old Munster & Leinster Bank on this page is, I think, one of my favourite pictures in all the volumes I have produced. The workmanship, the attention to detail and the sheer elegance of the building gives the building a magical feeling that none of the succeeding plate glass and concrete structures could ever hope to emulate.
New quark pages.qxd

New quark pages.qxd

These two very contrasting pictures of virtually the same site in O'Connell Street, Limerick. Pictures on Page 52 are the three buildings that were demolished to make way for a glass and concrete building that now houses the Allied Irish Bank of 106-108 O'Connell street, Limerick. In Vol. 11 there is a lovely history of Liston's Chemist and the two statues that adorned the building for up to a hundred years. Our picture of the old Munster & Leinster Bank on this page is, I think, one of my favourite pictures in all the volumes I have produced. The workmanship, the attention to detail and the sheer elegance of the building gives the building a magical feeling that none of the succeeding plate glass and concrete structures could ever hope to emulate.