Gleanncholmcille

About 60 metres south east of St Colmcille's chapel is a small Leacht, it looks like a small cairn but is rectangular in shape. On the top of the leacht is a small cross inscribed slab. The slab is made from schist and stands almost a metre tall with the latin cross inscribed on the western face. The station is situated inside a low circular enclosure with an eastern entrance. On our visit the grass was quite long, making it difficult to see the low stones of the enclosure. Hopefully we will get back to stations 3, 4, 5, 6 in the future, we were very disappointed with the light on this visit.

Situated: From Station 3 head back towards the town. Take the first right turn. Drive to the end of this road sign-posted St Colmcille's chapel. The church ruin can be seen or your right. Walk through the farmyard and turn right. Go through the gate to the chapel. Station 4 can be seen 60 metres south west of here.

Google Map.

Discovery Map 10. G 5237 8578. Last visit Sept 2010.

Longitude: 8° 44' 21" W

Latitude: 54° 43' 4" N

Photos: Jim Dempsey and Deb Snelson.

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