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Cregganconroe

Court Tomb

<b>Cregganconroe</b>Posted by greywetherImage © greywether
OS Ref (GB):   H663758 / Sheet: 13
Latitude:54° 37' 33.4" N
Longitude:   6° 58' 24.15" W

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This court grave is aligned E/W with the court in the E. The outline of the cairn some 30m long by 15m wide can still be seen.

The line of the court can still be traced reasonably well and especially around the gallery entrance where the stones are still standing.

The gallery is 6m long and has two compartments. One capstone remains but has fallen.

In the W of the cairn are two subsidiary chambers opening to the N and S.
greywether Posted by greywether
1st January 2004ce