The site of the crannóg is marked by a small cluster of trees and bushes in the expanse of bog which is the largely-drained Green Lough. There was interest in the site in the 19th century, as it was believed that it had been the 17th-century base of Brian Carrach O’Neill. The lough was about a mile in circumference but was drained (some years before 1860). An eminence of clay and gravel with a circle of oak piles supporting horizontal timbers was reported, but it seems that the crannóg was largely dismantled in the 19th century.
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