I was undecided if classify these stones as three single standing stones or as a stone row. Due to the fact that they aren't perfectly aligned, I chose to classify them as three standing stones with the same coordinates taken at the middle one. The three stones are roughly aligned westeast almost parallel to the R335. The first stone is 1.26 metres tall, 1.40 metres wide and 31 centimetres thick. Croagh Patrick is 230° from this stone and the longest axis of the stone seems to point straight to the sacred mountain. The second stone, the one where I took the coordinates for this page, is 23 metres east (85°) from the first one, it's 1.48 metres tall, 1.45 metres wide and 80 centimetres thick. The third stone is 112 metres far from the second one, at southeast (105°), and measures 1.42 metres in height, 1.28 metres in width and 36 centimetres in thickness.
