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Originally established as the High Street Foundry by Harrison Lee
1840 Selling quarry tools, threshing machines, winnowing machines, turnip cutters, boilers, field and garden rollers, steamers and horse ploughs.
1841 Name changed to City Limerick Foundry. Advertising bells and pumps of all sizes and dimensions.
1841 Harrison Lee was commissioned to cast the gates and railings of St Mary's Cathedral on Bridge Street.
1843 Harrison Lee was manufacturing steam engines to his own design.
1848 Advertised a variety of products that included a range of bells suitable for church, chapel or farming use.
c1849 See Harrison Lee and Sons