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~ 8 km NE in in Prebaun (G 331 061) is a collapsed portal-tomb whose capstone is about 4 metres by 2 and 40 cms thick, and rests on several collapsed stones.

Only the rear of the still-roofed gallery is now visible.~ 5 km NW, approached by the R.314 to Belderg, and 500 metres SW of the Céide Fields interpretive centre (incorporating a neolithic hut-site) at Behy (G 048 405) is a court-tomb re-embedded in peat-bog after excavation.The cairn rises to the top of the gallery-stones (about 1.5 metres high) and is over 16 metres long by 14 metres wide.The court is obscured by cairn material and field-fences.Excavations showed that the tomb had been built over part of the remains of a Neolithic rectangular timber house: a booklet on the excavation might be bought in Ballycastle.~ 1.4 km WNW in Ballyknock (G 083 387) are the remains of a portal-tomb comprising one massive portal stone and a stone leaning against it which could be either the other portal stone or the capstone.When last visited (2003), someone had placed a little quartz pebble on top.

Almost 5 km NNW of Killala, to the W of a by-road leading to Lackan Bay, this large, square-sectioned stone almost 2.5 metres high was very probably a Bronze Age standing-stone later adapted for memorial inscription in ~ About 1.6 km S, on the W side of the road to Lackan Bay is a very accessible (though ruined) double-court tomb in Carbad More.

In a field to the NE of a by-road, 1.2 km from Ballycastle, this fine and large monument - over 27 metres long - has an elongated central court 12 metres long by over 7 metres wide, giving access to a twin-chambered gallery at each end.

Just one lintel survives in position, while two others have slipped into each end of the court.

Local guidance is essential, for, covered in vegetation and still embedded in peat, it is indistinguishable from the landscape.

It is best to go on a Saturday (in summer or autumn), when there will probably be someone cutting peat nearby.

Much of the outer-walling of the gallery is visible especially at the E side. The inside of the gallery has some dry-stone walling above and between the orthostats.