Staigue Bridge, county Kerry

Sheets 83 and 84

Nearest village: Waterville

About 800 metres S of the better-known and well-signposted Staigue Fort
and about 100 metres E of a disused bridge (beside which the road bends to the W) is a large outcrop of rock, visible from the bridge.
On it is a fine series of cups and circles and grooves extending for 12 metres along the rock surface.

the rule is one metre long

Details taken 26 years later by Ian Thompson, in January 2005.

And a fine detail (on another part of the rock) by Ken Williams, taken in May 2008.

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