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Barmoney Stone Row
 

County

Wexford

Coordinates

N 52° 23' 06.48"   W 006° 39' 04.92"

Nearest town

Adamstown

Grid Ref.

S 91806 26810

Map No.

77

Elevation a.s.l. (m)

93

Date of visit

Tuesday 5 June 2018

GPS Accuracy (m)

3
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The stone row seen from the north.


This stone pair is in a private field, we got the permission from the owner to go the stones, and he also told us of a holy well.

The two stones are the classic male and female stones in pair, at about 200 metres southwest (210°) from the field gate. They're aligned along a north-northeast to south-southwest (25°-205°) axis and are 4.30 metres apart.
The stone at the south-southwest is the male stone and is the bigger of the two. It visibly tapers to the top, it is 1.34 metres tall, 66 centimetres wide at the base, 68 centimetres thick at the base and only 22 centimetres at the top. It leans to approximately the south by 16°.
The other stone is sort of a cube, it is 85 centimetres tall, 59 centimetres wide and 34 centimetres thick.


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