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Castlelanaght Stone Row
 

County

Cork

Coordinates

N 51° 47' 53.5"   W 008° 44' 43.1"

Nearest town

Bandon

Grid Ref.

W 48631 60858

Map No.

86

Elevation a.s.l. (m)

133

Date of visit

Tuesday 23 September 2003

GPS Accuracy (m)

8
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The stone row seen from the west.


After passing a cattle gate and an electric fence, and having walked for 200 metres in the field, we reached this wonderful stone row.
There are four stones here, aligned southwest-northeast, with a total length of 12 metres.
The southwest stone is 1.90 metres tall, 1.50 metres wide and 40 centimetres thick.
The second stone is 1.80 metres tall, 1 metre wide and with and irregular thickness.
The third stone is 2.50 metres tall, 1 metre wide and 60 centimetres thick.
The fourth one is the bigger, with a height of about 3.50 metres, 1.50 metres across and 60 centimetres of thickness.
All the stones are 2 metres far from each other.
Between the first two stones is a lying one, that was about 1.50 metres tall.


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