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Ballymoney Standing Stone
 

County

Derry

Coordinates

N 54° 55' 45.3"   W 007° 02' 15.8"

Nearest town

Dungiven

Grid Ref.

C 61740 09500

Map No.

7

Elevation a.s.l. (m)

139

Date of visit

Sunday 5 June 2011

GPS Accuracy (m)

5
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The stone is dangerously leaning. I think that it won't be long before it crashes on the ground.


The Ballymoney standing stone is in a private field, but the gate was wide open so I stepped in without asking.
The stone is broken at the base, a piece of it sprouts up from the ground, the rest of the standing stone leans dangerously by 39° to southwest (250°), almost defeating the law of gravity.
The leaning stone is 2 metres tall, 80 centimetres wide and about 30 centimetres thick.


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