Ballyvoy Court Tomb

Map Reference: D158417 (3158, 4417)

This monument stands close to the remnant of Crockateemore Passage Tomb. It has a wide shallow court composed of small boulders, at the east end of a burial gallery. There is a small fore chamber separated from the two burial chambers by a pair of jamb stones. The first burial chamber has only one large southern sidestone surviving. It is separated from the inner chamber by a single surviving southern jamb stone. The inner chamber is represented by three sidestones and a backstone. A possible displaced roofstone lies to the west of the gallery. There is now no evidence of a cairn but traces were noted in 1940.

View from the edge of Crockateemore Passage Tomb

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