Overgrown deep cutting in townland of Keilnascarta

Long cutting (in some places 25 feet deep), now very overgrown, in townland of Keilnascarta, situated between the 54 and 55 mileposts. Here is the OSI map for the area – note the way in which the 1896 cartographers mark a deep vertical cutting – a cloud-like symbol suggesting exposed rock.

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