A vivid portrait of everyday life in both urban and rural Limerick in the early twentieth century.
Lavishly illustrated with photographs of bygone days in the city and county of Limerick, highlighting buildings that have either vanished or are much changed, as well as aspects of social life that have changed much over the past 100 years such as shops, entertainment and transport.
Hugh Oram is a freeelance writer and journalist. He has written about everything from travel to the media and has presented and produced several radio programmes. He has been involved in the media business for 40 years and has contribute to over 50 publications.