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1940 – Debenhams, O’Connell Street, Limerick,

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A fine corner building, stylistically old-fashioned by the time of its construction. The corner entrance has a a double-height polished limestone surround. The facades feature stepped stylised Doric piers with fluted capitals, rising from first to third floor level. Constructed for Roche’s Stores – later bought out by UK chain Debenhams.

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