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Portal Tomb

<b>Carrickglass</b>Posted by megamanImage © megaman
Also known as:
  • The Labby Rock

Nearest Town:Ballyfarnon (7km E)
OS Ref (IE):   G796157 / Sheet: 25
Latitude:54° 5' 23.74" N
Longitude:   8° 18' 42.46" W

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Carrickglass comes from the two Irish words Carraig meaning stone and Glas meaning green. Hence the name for the area is the green stone, perhaps a reference to the roof-garden on top of this tomb. CianMcLiam Posted by CianMcLiam
4th July 2005ce