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Ardpattan West Standing Stone
 

County

Donegal

Coordinates

N 54° 32' 03.84"   W 008° 09' 30.96"

Nearest town

Ballyshannon

Grid Ref.

G 89735 65125

Map No.

11

Elevation a.s.l. (m)

75

Date of visit

Tuesday 4 June 2019

GPS Accuracy (m)

2
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The standing stone as seen from the road.


Between the local road at Cavangarden and the Ardpattan Lough there's this simple standing stone not marked on the OS Map.
It's a rectangular block of stone with its main axis aligned east-southeast to west-northwest (105°-285°).
It's only 1.58 metres tall, but it's 2.38 metres wide and 65 centimetres thick.
The south (195°) face is marked with three thin veinings. On the opposite face the veinings are less clear, but next to the ground there are a few white circular markings.

Another standing stone is about 200 metres east, in the adjacent field.


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