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Knockboy Stone Row
 

County

Waterford

Coordinates

N 52° 11' 56.1"   W 007° 40' 51.6"

Nearest town

Ballymacarbry

Grid Ref.

S 21864 05229

Map No.

75

Elevation a.s.l. (m)

191

Date of visit

Monday 31 May 2010

GPS Accuracy (m)

5
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From the northwest. The red and yellow stick is 1 metre long, for scale.


These three standing stones are aligned northeast-southwest (210°), with the taller one being at the southwest end.
It's 1.60 metres tall, 70 centimetres wide and 60 centimetres thick.
The second stone is 70 centimetres apart, it's 1.25 metres tall, 85 centimetres wide and 50 centimetres thick.
The third one is 1.40 metres from the middle one, and it measures 63 centimetres in height, 90 centimetres in width and 40 centimetres in thickness.
Behind the row, to the southeast, lies a large stone. I think it was a fourth stone in the row and it might have been in the gap between the middle stone and the smaller one. It measure 1.70 metres in length and 1.10 metres in width.
Three more small stones, or a fifth standing stone fallen and broken in three parts, lie next to it.


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