Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Cunard Portal Tomb
Cunard Portal Tomb is one of Dublin's lesser know tombs - this is probably due to the fact that the site does not appear on the current OSI maps.
The small but compact tomb is 1.6 metres in height.
The portal stones are missing and just three chamber wall stones remain.
The capstone is 2.2 metres and diamond shaped.
The setting for this site is nothing short of stunning and although it is close to the road getting up close is not so easy.
For visiting you will have two main problems:-
1. You can't see the tomb from the road (trust my map it will bring you close enough to see it-click on the location tab).
2. The terrain, even after a dry spell and on a very hot day was still saturated in parts (also do not wear shorts as the mountain is covered in low gorse).
Access - The road is very narrow so it is important to park carefully. As I have already mentioned, click on the location tab underneath the images and you will find it.
Posted by Tony Mulraney at Wednesday, November 15, 2017 No comments:
Labels: colour, cunard portal tomb, dublin, dublin mountains, historic sites of ireland, ireland, leinster, summer time, tomb
Location: Cunard Road Upper, Co. Dublin, Ireland
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