Also known as Quinish; Ach' Nan Carragh
This is a row of four standing stones. One still stands, two fallen stones are visible, and a third fallen stone was discovered under the turf.
The stone still standing is about 2.7 metres (about 8 feet) tall. The largest fallen stone is rather bigger - 3.6 metres (about 12 feet) long.
1/9 Approaching from the southeast.
2/9 Lookind southwest across Poll Athach. One fallen stone is very visible at the bottom left. Another is in the bottom right corner of the picture.
3/9 Looking south with the two fallen stones in the foreground.
4/9 Looking southeast. The two fallen stones can be seen at the centre and left of the photograph.
5/9 The larger of the fallen stones. There are a number of depressions in the upper face that at first look like cup marks but on a closer look seem to be natural erosion.
6/9 Looking southeast.
7/9 Looking east.
8/9 Looking north.
9/9 A wider view east. The fourth stone is fallen and under the turf at the left of the enclosure.