Tuesday, 28 August 2012

Barryshall, Co Cork

Early July took me to a job in Butlerstown, and as I knew there was a stone row at Barryshall near to the mouth of the Argideen River and I'd be passing near to it, I thought I'd have a look. As it turned out, I spotted what looks like two stone rows in the same field.

The two stones on the right of the picture are 1.2m and 2.65m high with an alignment NNE-SSW. The stones to the left are described on the National Monuments website as anomalous. I left the cattle in peace and didn't investigate further.

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