Batt's Wall :: Shared Description

Batt's Wall is a dry stone wall in the western Mourne Mountains. It was built by Narcissus Batt of Purdysburn during the famine years in the mid 19th Century, probably as a work relief project. The wall runs from Tievedockdaragh to Slieve Muck.
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J2725 : Batt's Wall, Slieve Muck by Rossographer
J2725 : Batt's Wall, Slieve Muck by Rossographer
J2725 : View across the valley along Batt's Wall by Eric Jones
J2725 : Descending westwards along Batt's Wall by Eric Jones
J2625 : View east along Batt's Wall by Eric Jones
J2725 : Path descending along the line of Batt's Wall by Eric Jones
J2825 : Batt's Wall, Slieve Muck by Rossographer
J2624 : Batt's Wall by Philip Cornwall
J2725 : Batt's Wall, Slieve Muck by Rossographer
J2625 : Drumlea Stream on Pigeon Rock Mountain by Eric Jones
J2625 : Stile at corner of Batt's Wall, summit of Pigeon Rock Mountain by Philip Cornwall
J2725 : Batt's Wall on the northern slopes of Slieve Muck by Eric Jones
J2725 : Batt's Wall, Slieve Muck by Rossographer
J2725 : Batt's Wall, Slieve Muck by Rossographer
J2625 : View east along Batt's Wall by Eric Jones


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Created: Tue, 26 Oct 2010, Updated: Wed, 27 Oct 2010

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