Re: Re: well what about the developments popping up in the shannonside ?
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Re- the boundary.
If you travel down the Old Cratloe road past LIT and then past the shop (Dave & Kay’s), at the first left hand turn was the end of the city boundary. There is a stone on the roadside which proves this.
This left runs along in front of Caherdavin Credit Union and comes back out to join the road close to Ivans. The majority of Caherdavin is on the county side of this side road.
Just to finish this one, as irishJon says the boundry between the old city and county runs from the Woodview entrance(theres a cast iron plaque there for the past 30 years) and the city side of the new Dunnes on the Ennis Road thus leaving nearly 100% of Caherdavin in what was County Limerick. I think it was Tuborg who thought it was the other way round.