Aerial photograph (GB92.FD.37) shows cropmark of circular enclosure (diam. c. 100-110m) defined by the remains of a bank and an external ditch feature. A small circular enclosure is located at the centre of the enclosure, possibly a ring-ditch or house site. Located on the summit of Drumran Hill. It is mainly plough-levelled, but low-level earthworks may survive in the north-western segment of the enclosure and in the western segment. The enclosure is bisected by two modern field boundaries. It can also be seen on the OSI aerial images (2005).
Compiled by: Geraldine Stout
Date of upload: 23 February 2010Description Source: National Monuments Service, Department of Arts, Heritage Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs.