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- Casán na mbráthar marks the way leading from Edregole (Eadar Gabhail) on the northern shore of Lough Eske and leading to Glenfinn. It consists of small cairns, of quartz principally at about distances of ¼ mile on this journey and served as a guide to the bráthair in mist and fog on their way over the Cruacha Gorma mountains. They are still very useful as landmarks to shepherds when caught on the mountain in foggy weather.Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
- Adhamhnan Mag Fhionntaigh