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Knocks Stone Row
 

County

Cork

Coordinates

N 51° 39' 07.38"   W 009° 00' 24.18"

Nearest town

Clonakilty

Grid Ref.

W 30340 44882

Map No.

86

Elevation a.s.l. (m)

96

Date of visit

Sunday 12 June 2016

GPS Accuracy (m)

3
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The stone row on the boundary line between two fields.


This stone row was a beautiful surprise. We followed the road to reach the red dot on the map and it was worth it.
The stone row is on the boundary between two fields, concealed in a row of trees. Two stones of the row are standing, another stone lies on the ground. The row is aligned along the northeast-southwest (60°-240°) axis, with the tallest stone being at the southwest end.
This stone is 2.34 metres tall and about 1.35 metres wide. The other stone is 1.12 metres tall and 94 centimetres wide at the base, tapering a bit towards the top.
The two stones are 3.70 metres apart with some small stones from field clearance in the middle. Another tall stone lies on the ground at the northeast end of the row past a tree.


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