Ballykeel Dolmen, Co. Armagh Click on the photo for a larger view. An excellent example of a tripod portal tomb in the environs of Slieve Gullion, Co. Armagh. Ballykeel Dolmen has everything, magnificent views, an almost flat capstone resting on pinpoint portal stones and the large trail of cairn material stretching back for around 25 metres. Click here to see more photos of this tomb.
Ballycopeland Windmill: near to Millisle, Ireland - This mill with Fantail stands a mile or so west from the small coastal village of Millisle and was built 1790, remaining in use until 1915. In 1935 it was acquired by the government of Northern Ireland and is now one of the most important and interesting historic monuments in the care of the Northern Ireland Environment Agency LinkExternal link . Fully restored (the only working example in Ireland) A typical Irish stone tower mill.
Wellbrook Beetling Mill outside Cookstown in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. National Trust Property.