|TAMNAHARRY STANDING STONE
|PHOTO by Pip POWELL
|This standing stone is associated with an enclosure or cashel. The stone is granite, a
squarish block with a rounded profile, 2.6m in height, 1.25m in width, 1.4m in depth
thick and orientated E-W. The enclosure is tangential to the stone and is recorded as
an incomplete circular structure, 7-10m diameter of stone and the wall was 0.4-0.5m in
height. The remainder of the structure is an arc of field stones 0.3m in height with a
well defined outer face. Its function and connection with the stone remain uncertain.
It is known locally as 'Cloghadda'.
54 9' 16.76"N...6 14' 0.2"W