Visits For September, 2007

Sunday, 30th September 2007

South Antrim

I really do need to start seeing sites in Antrim. That is, after all, the county my next book will be covering. The problem today was that I didn't want to be home late, so I settled for a list of sites in the south of the county, between the cities of Belfast and Antrim to be precise. As usual it was a day of mixed fortunes. A large number of sites were no longer there or were ruined beyond recognition, but one in particular, Browndod court tomb, was superb and it alone made the trip worthwhile.

I made the effort to go back to Ballylumford to take some pictures (after I deleted the photos from my cammera that I took on my first visit) and also popped in to see one of the saddest bullaun stones I have ever seen.

If things go to plan I should have the proof of Monu-Mental About Prehistoric Waterford back from the publishers this week. We are aiming for a late November release, so put it on your Christmas lists!

Sib's Stone - Slievenacloy (Co. Antrim)Miscellaneous Site3 New Images
Standing Stones Hill - Tornagrough (Co. Antrim)Stone Pair4 New Images
Browndod (Co. Antrim)Court Tomb6 New Images
Ballylumford (Co. Antrim)Passage Tomb7 New Images
Kilroot (Co. Antrim)Bullaun Stone2 New Images
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