Visits For May, 2004

Sunday, 9th May 2004

Shee\'s Begging For More

I had planned a trip to Leitrim last week to celebrate the publication of the Leitrim Archaeological Inventory, but it didn't happen. Well, it happened today and I had a great time and visited a wide variety of site types, which is always pleasurable. Actually, visiting 10 of the same is always pleasant, so I don't know why I said that!

I started in the south at Leitrim's only ogham stone and worked my way half way up the county to Manorhamilton before turning around, heading south(ish) again and then coming home. The highlight of the day was standing on the southern slopes of Slieve Anierin and seeing Sheemore standing out on the horizon. What a hill! All the better because I'd just come down from there in the morning.

Cloonmorris (Co. Leitrim)Ogham Stone2 New Images
Cloonmorris (Co. Leitrim)Bullaun Stone2 New Images
Sheemore (Co. Leitrim)Rath1 New Image
Sheemore (Co. Leitrim)Sacred Hill3 New Images
Sheemore (north tomb) (Co. Leitrim)Passage Tomb5 New Images
Sheemore (central tomb) (Co. Leitrim)Passage Tomb2 New Images
Sheemore (south tomb) (Co. Leitrim)Passage Tomb3 New Images
Sheemore (Co. Leitrim)Rath1 New Image
Sheebeg (Co. Leitrim)Passage Tomb3 New Images
Loughscur (Co. Leitrim)Portal Tomb2 New Images
Loughscur (Co. Leitrim)Court Tomb3 New Images
Gubnaveagh (Co. Leitrim)Sweat House6 New Images
Tullyskeherny (Co. Leitrim)Court Tomb6 New Images
Tullyskeherny (Co. Leitrim)Stone Fort5 New Images
Gortlownan (Co. Sligo)Artificial Mound1 New Image
Killerry (Co. Sligo)Miscellaneous Site2 New Images
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