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Tag Archives: Mono
I came across this Megalithic Tomb by complete accident whilst researching something else. However finding the darn thing was a different matter. As usual I now go out armed with all site co-ordinates uploaded to my GPS, but the location … Continue reading
Posted in Diary of a Ruinhunter, Historical, Neolithic, People, Photography, Places of Interest, Ruins Tagged Artifacts, Ashtown Castle, Black & White, blade, Bronze age, Burial, Captain Larcom, Chamber, Cromlech, Diary of a Ruin Hunter, Dolmen, Dublin, Ed Mooney Photography, Excavation, Flagstone, flint, Ireland, Kist, Knockmaroon, Megalith, Mono, Monument, National Museum, necklace, Neolithic, Passage Grave, Phoinex Park, Photograph, Prehistoric, Restoration, Royal Acedmy, Royal Engineers, shell, Slab, Tomb 20 Comments
All Along The Watchtower – Cruagh
Whilst out on one of my Ruinhunter expeditions I was nicely surprised when I came across this unique Tower. I was actually heading up towards Montpellier hill in search of something else when in the corner of my eye I … Continue reading
Posted in Diary of a Ruinhunter, Historical, Photography, Places of Interest, Ruins Tagged 18th Century, All along the Watchtower, Body Snatchers, Cadavers, Cemetry, Chapel, Color, Conversion, Cruagh, Expedition, Graveyard Corpses, Hillock, Jimi Hendrix, Medical Research, Mono, Montpellier Hill, Photography, Pre-Norman, Rockbrook, Ruinhunter, Sentry, Watchtower 66 Comments
St. Finians Church
Passing through Lucan recently I spotted an interesting stone structure in the distance. So as I do when the opportunity presents itself, off I went to explore with my trusty Nikon in hand. Perched on the summit of one of … Continue reading
Posted in Diary of a Ruinhunter, Photography, Places of Interest, Ruins Tagged 12th Century, Black & White, Church. Ruins, Devils Foot, Dublin, Esker, Esker Riada, Headstone, Hill of Lucan, Ireland, King John, Lucan, Medieval, Mono, Murder, National Monuments Service, Nikon, Photography, Sli Mor, St. Finian, St. Patricks Cathedral 21 Comments
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