CARRICKCROPPAN MASS ROCK
Map Reference: J034282 (3034, 3282)
This is a boulder, about 1m by 1m by 70cm thick, set into a field boundary. On the north face is a deeply incised cross about 80cm high by 60cm across. It has a small unpierced ring about 20cm diameter.
Scattered on top of the rock are some coins and the bush beside it was formerly used as a rag-tree. A souterrain is known to exist along the western field field boundary and close to this, in the next field, is a small standing stone.
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