Visits For July, 2006

Sunday, 16th July 2006

Getting My Head Around Waterford

I have decided that for my next book I want to look at County Waterford, a county that is almost forgotten megalithically due to being next to the very megalithic Cork. The county is one of the few to realise how good its monuments are, but few people outside of the county are aware of it. Waterford is one of the few with a signposted Dolmen Trail!

On a beautiful, hot Summer's day I managed to revisit a few of my favourite Waterford sites and to see a few new ones. The sad thing was that I wasn't really in good enough humour to enjoy the journey very much. Not to worry. I'll be spending a lot more time down there, so I'm sure that I'll make up for that.

Knockeen (Co. Waterford)Portal Tomb7 New Images
Gaulstown (Co. Waterford)Portal Tomb5 New Images
The Harp Stone - Whitfield North (Co. Waterford)Standing Stone4 New Images
Powersknock (Co. Waterford)Standing Stone1 New Image
Ballynageeragh (Co. Waterford)Portal Tomb3 New Images
Tober Anna - Ballylaneen (Co. Waterford)Holy Well2 New Images
Cloghadda - Gurteen Upper (Co. Waterford)Standing Stone4 New Images
Gurteen Lower (Co. Waterford)Portal Tomb1 New Image
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