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Ballynastaig

Stone Fort / Dun

<b>Ballynastaig</b>Posted by bogmanImage © Charles Coughlan
Nearest Town:Ballyvaghan (19km WSW)
OS Ref (IE):   M4208 / Sheet: 52
Latitude:53° 7' 9.97" N
Longitude:   8° 51' 59" W

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Sorry for the images, due to the vegetation it was nearly impossible to get better ones.

The coordinates for the site are wrong, here are the actual ones:
N53 06 06.3 W8 51 57.5

Visited May 2010
Nucleus Posted by Nucleus
3rd November 2017ce

With a bit of tidying up this would be impressive, the tomb is easy to get to, not far off the roadside but almost completely enclosed in brambles in the middle of a ploughed field what a pity, if this was in France it would be a tourist attraction, If just one person in the Public Works had responsibility for this kind of work our smaller antiquities would be much more presentable in a very short time bogman Posted by bogman
12th April 2010ce

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