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Ballyfarnoge Stone Row
 

County

Wexford

Coordinates

N 52° 19' 02.9"   W 006° 57' 26.6"

Nearest town

Campile

Grid Ref.

S 71147 18887

Map No.

76

Elevation a.s.l. (m)

38

Date of visit

Sunday 17 June 2007

GPS Accuracy (m)

5
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The three stones seen from the northwest. The red and yellow stick is 1 metre long, for scale.


Three stones are aligned northeast-southwest (210°), with the taller one being on the southwest end of the row. This stone is 1.85 metres tall, 1.25 metres wide and 65 centimetres thick. The middle stone is 1.45 metres from the taller one. It's 1.43 metres tall, 1.35 metres wide and 60 centimetres thick. The third stone in 1.60 metres from the middle one, it's 1.30 metres tall, 1.20 metres wide and about 70 centimetres thick.
This stone row was in the middle of a crop field, we found a cattle gate and jumped in. In the nearby house we found nobody home.


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