This is down at the back of the "Oasis" bar, Brendan Murphy first opened this as a night club / dance venue about 1968 a few years after he bought the Oasis bar. It went into decline during the early 1970s and was then leased to "Pymah" I think it closed sometime in the 1990s, I think Pymah manufactured blood pressure monitors or some type of medical instruments. The building and yard as far as I know was originally owned by Kelly's and was a Grocers / Hardware / Pub combined. Brendan Murphy also built some Flats in the yard about the same time, these would now be referred to as "apartments
Margaret Whelan, Meeting Land 1953
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