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Ballykeel

Portal Tomb

<b>Ballykeel</b>Posted by CianMcLiamImage © Ken Williams - kenw@o2.ie
OS Ref (GB):   H995218 / Sheet: 28
Latitude:54° 8' 7.84" N
Longitude:   6° 28' 39.06" W

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Pick a nice day to come here, its really spellbinding in the late evening on a fine day. That bloody pallet is still there though...

I took a good wander around the vicinity today, I never noticed how steep the valley is below the tomb, I didn't go all the way to the bottom but it looks fantastic perched on the edge of the ridge. This is another tomb I find difficult to imagine a cairn around, there is the large platform remains there but it is such a perfect angular structure it would be a shame to hide it away.

There is now an area cleared across the road which, if it is going to be parking, would fit quite a few cars. Most likely another bungalow though...
CianMcLiam Posted by CianMcLiam
19th July 2005ce