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North East Midlands Area   Cen: Oldcastle Subarea
Place count in area: 24, OSI/LPS Maps: 26, 27, 27A, 28, 28A, 28B, 34, 35, 36, 41 
Highest place:
Cornasaus, 339m
Maximum height for area: 339 metres,     Maximum prominence for area: 224 metres,

Places in area North East Midlands:
Cen: Ballyjamesduff:   Aghalion Hill 249m
Cen: Oldcastle:   Mullaghmeen 258mSlieve Na Calliagh 276mSpire of Lloyd 131mThe Hill of Mael 241m
E: Kingscourt:   Carrickleck Hill 173m
N Cen: Cavan Town:   Shantemon 218mSlieve Glah 320mTievenanass 261m
NE: Ballybay:   Bunnanimma 268m
NE: Carrickmacross:   Corduff 243m
NE: Castleblaney:   Mullyash Mountain 317m
NE: Cen Bailieborough:   Cornasaus 339mTaghart South 290m
NW Cen: Arva:   Bruse Hill 260m
NW: Aughavas:   Lugganammer 190m
S Cen: Crookedwood:   Cruckboeltane 199mKnockeyon 214m
S: Westmeath South West:   Knockastia 200m
SE: Boyne Valley:   Hill of Slane 160.4mMount Oriel 251mTara 155m
W: Ardagh:   Bawn Mountain 200m
W: Drumlish:   Corn Hill 278m

Note: this list of places includes island features such as summits, but not islands as such.
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Spire of Lloyd Hill Mullach Aiti A name in Irish Meath County in Leinster Province, in Local/Historical/Cultural List

Height: 131m OS 1:50k Mapsheet: 42 Grid Reference: N72200 76400
Place visited by 10 members. Recently by: TommyMc, paddyhillsbagger, wicklore, bryanjbarry, trostanite, Hoverla, abcd, Dee68, Glanman2, Fergalh
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Longitude: -6.906779, Latitude: 53.732407 , Easting: 272200, Northing: 276400 Prominence: 49m,  Isolation: 13.6km
ITM: 672133 776416,   GPS IDs, 6 char: SprofL, 10 char: SprofLlyd, Iron age Ring Fort   Spire of Lloyd is the 1490th highest place in Ireland.

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Follow this place's comments Picture about mountain Spire of Lloyd (<i>Mullach Aiti</i>) in area North East Midlands, Ireland
Picture: The Spire and Celtic Cross at the summit
History abounds on this hill
by Fergalh  20 May 2021
For many of us travelling in or around Kells you can't miss this prominent feature, which can even be seen from the Hill of Ward, Tara Hill and Sliabh na Callaigh. When in Kells follow the signposts along a narrow road north of the town up a hill to the car park. Despite the summit being a short distance from the car park there is a lot to see and do here. So what to see here, well in no particular order there was a the Ring fort here from the Bronze Age. There is also the paupers grave from the Famine marked with a large Celtic cross. The main thing to see is of course Ireland's only inland lighthouse built in 1791 which is around 30 metres high. This is a Doric column is closed at present due to Covid restrictions but when open the 164 steps to the top gives great views from the top even as far as the Mourne Mountain on a clear day. This Hill was also visited by Robert the Bruce and Queen Maebh on her way to steal the brown bull of Cooley. And if that was not enough there is even a trig Pillar ! Linkback:
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