Crowleys is no longer there - it was bought by the toy shop, but then it was sold again a few years later. Now it's a furniturey-type shop.
Crowleys was at the bottom of William Street.Mrs. Crowley taught at the Listowel Boys National School, when Bryan MacMahon was master and Frank Sheehy was head master.
Snow Scorpion: See you on the Ballybunion thread.
Here is Listowel during the fair days that I told you about.
Did you know DeDe ( forget how he spells it) Crowley? .
He went to school with my brothers in Listowel.
The brogue is fine,
I have a fellow from Ballybunion( top of Church Road) that comes into the store here and you could cut the brogue with an knife.
I am still trying to picture DEENIHAN'S, what did they sell?
Jeez, the house I stay in on my 3-monthly trip to Listowel, is only 1 mins walk from the railway. Willow Close.
snow scorpion wrote:
sandhill, found a few more