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Cleigh yn Arragh

History

Defensive Ramparts and Ditch, Controlling Hill Route between two streams. Probably Iron Age, First Millenium AD. Its purpose could have been to defend the western side of Lhergyrhenny.

Location

About 2 miles down to Sulby Glen from the Bungalow or 5 miles from the Sulby Crossroads. The site is cut by the main road of the A14.
Map Ref: SC 384 885

By Vehicle:
Follow the A14 from Sulby or take it from the A18 (Mountain Road).

By Bus:
There are no bus services covering this area.

By Railway:
Take the Steam Train to Douglas and then the Electric Tram to Laxey, then take the Snaefell Mountain Railway to Bungalow Stop. The site is about a 2 miles walk along the main road of the A14.


Cleigh yn Arragh

Cleigh yn Arragh

Cleigh yn Arragh

Cleigh yn Arragh

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