|PARKNASILLOGE MEGALITHIC TOMB
|PHOTO by Pip POWELL
|This tomb is situated on a gentle E/NE-facing slope, on the SW side of the Glencullen
River valley. It has a small chamber formed by two parallel slabs which support a split
boulder on the west side but a displaced slab at the east end may have been a back
stone. It stands in the centre of a roughly circular cairn 7m in diameter and 0.5m in
height which is slightly flattened along the west side. There are several boulders piled
around the chamber some may have formed part of this structure.