Gurranes, county Cork

W 175 315 - Sheet 89

Nearest village: Castletownshend

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(A bullock, not a sheep.)

Three slender pillars (up to 4.2 metres high), known as 'The Three Fingers', rise dramatically against the sky,
evenly spaced and set into joints in the exposed rock surface. A fourth stone lies prostrate nearby, out of line.
A fifth stone was removed in the 19th century and now stands in the Somerville Estate at Castletownshend

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A view of the stone-row from nearby Knockdrum Fort

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