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Knocks S

Stone Circle

<b>Knocks S</b>Posted by gjrkImage © Gordon Kingston
Nearest Town:Ross Carbery (8km S)
OS Ref (IE):   W302443 / Sheets: 86, 89
Latitude:51° 38' 49.28" N
Longitude:   9° 0' 30.73" W

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Well worth a visit, despite its rather gap-tooth appearance and easily accessible at the end of a farm track just north of the Argideen. Permission to nip in can be obtained from the farmhouse on the rise south of the river, on the first left hand turn. They will probably stress the importance of not leaving fences disconnected so obviously there have been some disasters in the past. Preaching to the converted, I know. gjrk Posted by gjrk
5th July 2008ce

This circle is incomplete, but sits in a wonderful setting near the banks of the Ardrigeen River.

Unusually, it seems to be situated at the foot of a rise rather than on the high point.
ocifant Posted by ocifant
7th July 2003ce
Edited 7th July 2003ce