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Dolmen / Quoit / Cromlech

<b>Ballina</b>Posted by NucleusImage © Uwe Häberle 05/2010
Also known as:
  • Dolmen of the Four Maols

Nearest Town:Ballina (2km N)
OS Ref (IE):   G238182 / Sheet: 24
Latitude:54° 6' 25.75" N
Longitude:   9° 9' 54.53" W

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Roadside monument, south of Ballina, actually really just a cist, but you can see why it's called a dolmen, here and elsewhere. The blocky capstone must weigh at least 30 tons and sits on top of two sidestones and a backstone, creating a small chamber.
It now resides in its own little enclosure beside a road that leads south-west from Ballina train station, surrounded on its east side by the ugly headquarters of the Road Safety Authority.
ryaner Posted by ryaner
22nd November 2012ce